Went here to visit friends for Lunch who we all ready inside, door man said "you not coming in, fully booked", I explained that I have friends inside waiting for me but still he said"fully booked, on you way". Phoned my friends inside and they said it was half empty, they left and we went elsewhere. Management need to address this urgently ! I had seen reviews simlar to this also complaining about the door man but they seemed to have disappeared ?? Truth and honest reviews hurt maybe ??
I visited this bar last year and enjoyed my visit. This year not the same, I ordered a pint of Guinness and it was good, then I ordered the seafood chowder it seemed to have been reheated in a microwave and burned the roof of my mouth, it was uncomfortable for a few days. I noticed the barman, he was tallish and thin but he was resting his foot with shoe on the mat where the glasses were drying, not very hygienic I thought and will give it skip the next time.
Nice enough bar but the food left a lot to be desired three of us had fish and chips the fish was tiny frozen fish portion totally over cooked hard to cut and chew the best meal by far was boiled ham cabbage and potatoes
Stopped in on a rainy afternoon for lunch. Cosy atmosphere. Ordered a burger, lasagna, salmon salad, and chicken nuggets. Everyone was happy with their choices and eaten well. The little said up in entering, "It smells good in here". The reply from our greeter replied, "Because it's all good here". We agreed.
A good and nice place to have a Irish Guinness. If coming to this town it is a place we can say is one to go to. Friendly to me and my wife as a foreign man and woman. Did not eat, but drink was fine. Clean yes.
Cosy comfortable bar serving food. Caters for small kids. Staff very friendly and helpful. Family friendly. Clean facilities. Great selection on menu and on kids menu. Great value for money. Offers free WiFi.
Cozy little inn situated near the Burren, after a day's outing it was nice to stop by and settle in here, enjoy a pint and warm up with a bowl of yummy hot Guinness stew, some beautiful smoked salmon and vegetable soup. As it was a very cold day, it was nice to sit down and relax with a crackling fire and good Irish company. We didn't stay in the hotel as we were just passing through the town, but it looked like it was very nice.
First off, I'm a foodie. When I travelled to Ireland last year I had a long list of restaurants and pubs to visit that I had researched for nearly a year in advance. I had a pint of Guinness at all of the popular spots (Brazen Head, The Long Hall, Guinness Brewery, and MANY more). The single best pint I had on my entire trip was at The Irish Arms in Lisdoonvarna. My travel buddy also agreed that it was the best. The host was incredibly friendly and talkative, and the Bangers N Mash I had was also incredible. I would absolutely recommend stopping by this place if you're near the area.
Sean and his family run a wonderful pub right in the heart of Lisdoonvarna. It serves great food and it has the best soups and stews in Ireland. I would venture to say, one of the best stews I've ever had. The vegetable soup is wonderful. Expect your meal to be served by a great staff or Sean himself. Do not hesitate to enjoy the bar and food. If there for the Match Maker, worth the stop in. We love the Irish welcome! GO PATS!
This was the best beef and Guinness stew that I have had since coming to Ireland. Wife had fish and chip which were very crunchy the way we like it. Very friendly staff. Close to the Doolin Ferry and cliffs of Moher boat trips. Serve food all day. Mostly Irish pub food