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Visited the Pilsner bar and Restaurant 41 Ushers Quay. Dublin 8 on Saturday 16th Oct. We’d set up a Reunion night, 2 of us got there and asked for Vodka with coke.
We had to leave and re-organize the reunion at this short notice because...my friend needed either a Coke Zero or 7up free for a mixer as she’s diabetic.
I cannot understand how a bar (if you could call it that, more like an old eating house in Tallinn ) wouldn’t have these mixers in this day and age.More
Stumbled across this place, food was good, prices were fair, beer selection great, service was perfect. Worth a look as an alternative option in Dublin. The location is a bit edgy, but that's better than temple bar. We were well looked after
The beer was good. A few brands you don't normally get in Dublin, bu the food was , frankly disappointing. Two dishes, goulash and a "stew" with dumplings. The meat and was thinly seasoned and the sauces, were likewise. Nor bad but not anything I...would order again. To many other places with much better food. And my wife is part Czech, so doubly disappointed.More
Dashed in here with my little boy who was completely and visibly busting for a wee, thought no where would want to turn a little kid away for a "customers only" toilet policy.
How wrong I could be, barmaid told us in no uncertain terms...that it was 100%, no he couldn't use their loo (the bar is a bit out of town so no public amenities around).
So if you need to use the facilities, just tell them that the €3 of apple juice untouched on the bar that I had to buy to avoid an accident is yours.
Got to love the famous Irish hospitalityMore
This is a good place for food and beer at a fair price for the quality, you don’t feel they have picked your pocket.
There are many items on the menu, so something for most people, and the portions are OK. There is choice of...the classic Irish beer offerings and some nice European beers also, so again should suit most people.
Give it a try, it’s OK and the prices and service are much better than in the more central bars.More
This was our first meal experience in Dublin. We can in with our luggage while awaiting our checkin. The service was good. The food (goulash, chicken schnitzel and burgers) was not anything fancy, but it was good.