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O'Neill's Pub

20-21 Trinity Street, Cardiff CF10 1BH, Wales
+44 29 2037 1263
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Coop

Quite Wednesday evening kitchen still open at 20.45 5 bar snacks for £16. Good value and choice and... read more

Reviewed 2 March 2017
Paul C
,
Thatcham, United Kingdom
via mobile
Beer after the rugby

Popped in after the England win. Absolutely heaving but great atmosphere. Would definitely... read more

Reviewed 22 February 2017
Stuart H
,
Wokingham, United Kingdom
via mobile
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You'll always find a warm welcome at O'Neill's in Trinity Street in Cardiff. Ours is a place where you're free to go with the flow. Where great food and drink is always served with a smile. And where, no matter whether you're a regular or a newcomer, our friendly team will make you feel at home. Irish pubs are known for their hospitality - a point we love proving here at O'Neill's in Trinity Street in Cardiff. We are one of the best pubs in Cardiff for Irish food, drink and atmosphere. Come and see for yourself - drop by for a bite to eat, to watch some sport, to enjoy our live music or just for the craic. Slainte!
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2 Mar 2017
“Coop”
22 Feb 2017
“Beer after the rugby”
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20-21 Trinity Street, Cardiff CF10 1BH, Wales
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+44 29 2037 1263
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Reviewed 2 March 2017 via mobile

Quite Wednesday evening kitchen still open at 20.45 5 bar snacks for £16. Good value and choice and hot . Friendly bar staff but not much heating in there ,left because of the temperature.

Thank Paul C
Reviewed 22 February 2017 via mobile

Popped in after the England win. Absolutely heaving but great atmosphere. Would definitely recommend it.

Thank Stuart H
Reviewed 28 June 2016 via mobile

When I went to Dublin to visit my best friend she kindly was showing around in the Capitol of Ireland. I thoroughly enjoyed beeing in this little pub. Live music was going on which made me cry (honestly:)). I found why I wa sso emotional...More

Thank Andrea K
Reviewed 14 January 2016 via mobile

Always a reliable spot for some music and good lively crowd. Great place for a group or for anyone wanting a bit of pub grub. Always a bit of a music session the weekends and a bit of dancing. Very central too on Mary's St....More

Thank DavidL120584
Reviewed 1 October 2015

Right in the heart of the city centre and close to the Millennium Stadium this is a great little pub for a pint of the black stuff.

Thank AlunWil65
Reviewed 22 September 2015 via mobile

It was a good spot for the rugby weekend however the floor was soaking and the bar staff could be slow at times. I don't know were they to busy to check the toilets during the night but they were mank. Went for breakfast the...More

Thank Galwayfreak
Reviewed 1 September 2015 via mobile

We went to O'Neill's on Saturday morning for breakfast. From the start the bar staff greeting us. We ordered 3 breakfasts which took about 30 minutes . When the breakfast came out the orders where wrong. The staff were really rude blaming us for the...More

1  Thank Paddy M
Reviewed 26 May 2015 via mobile

Me and my girlfriend decided to go here for some lunch before leaving cardiff. The pub was very quiet and the atmosphere was relaxed. My girlfriend decided to order the gamon-tastic and i ordered the ultimate triple burger. The current offer on a Tuesday is...More

Thank Fordies990
Reviewed 12 November 2014

Used to be terrific but good now a disappointment quality wise. The pouring of Guinness straight into a pint glass without letting it settle is a complete non event. Years ago it was the closest to a Dublin pub that you could find in Cardiff....More

1  Thank Karloff1959
Reviewed 3 November 2014

This used to be a great place to eat, don't know what’s happened. I always have lunch hear when shopping in Cardiff, but not anymore. On the last three visits I have been served burnt burger, dry and burnt eggs with my gammon, and a...More

Thank janetH2451RW
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