What: Dodgy looking pub serving food.
Prices: Main courses for around €12, garlic bread €4, soup of the day €5.
Vegetarian menu: Penne Chicken Broccoli for €14. Chicken? Yes. Here the very clearly marked vegetarian option is chicken (see photo below). Now, would you eat anything prepared by a chef who thinks that chicken is a vegetable, even if you ate meat? If they think that this is vegetarian then you cannot trust the soup or anything else “vegetarian” on this menu. If chicken isn’t vegetarian enough for you they also offer goat’s cheese salad (also available in just about any Dublin restaurant near you).
Drinks: I didn’t set foot in the place so can’t comment.
Service: As above.
Comfortable: As above.
Was the food good? I don’t know, but it is certainly prepared by people who don’t know the difference between animals and vegetables.
Toilets: I don’t know.
My advice to the chef: Where to start?
My advice to the manager: The level of ignorance on display here is astounding. Perhaps one of those “Things on the Farm” books for toddlers would help you when it comes to making up the menu? Cow = meat, chicken = meat, broccoli = vegetable, for example.
Overall: Avoid like the plague.
Note: Management were asked to respond to this review.
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