We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Recently myself and my wife visited Frankfurt for 4 nights and spent 2 evenings o'reilly's, there was a great buzz about the place and the burgers and the club sandwich were really very tasty and not overly expensive,,,, defo worth a visit
Nice pub traditional British food a proper taste of home. If you've been in Germany for a while, and you're craving a Sunday dinner. This is the place for you. The location is convenient for the train and subway system
I was sending my dad back off to the airport from Frankfurt to MI, after a much too long 10 day trip to stay with me while I lived in Germany.
My dad had needed a much needed break from the mostly German words that...were oh so foreign to him for 10 straight days. He still goes on about seeing the longest 64 character German word on a truck a few days ago.
I tried to explain to him that many German words are often combined words to make it all seem like a really long arse word.
Like the German word: Hauptbahnhof, this is a combo of the main/central - haupt, bahn - train and hof - station. Thus what would be 3 separate words for us in the English language is chained together in German and appears as one long word. If I had known then what I know today I would have told my dad that one of the longest German words according to (thoughtco.com) is “Donaudampfschiffahrtselektrizitätenhauptbetriebswerkbauunterbeamtengesellschaft” at 79 letters. Might need a breath or two between saying all of the syllables of that one German word.
My dad and friend Miriam that met up with us for a drink before seeing my dad off. It’s a Irish pub so of course we had to hand some dark Guinness. I got the small squirt size, my dad got the full pint.
I feel like an Irish Bar is a good place to reset and to escape for even an hour from the myriad of confusion when in a foreign country for many folks. It feels cozy, somewhat familiar and welcoming. More often than not there is a bartender or two that speaks English well enough to get a beer and some bar food.More
To be fair we were there for the NI match and the bar was crammed with GAWA in boisterous form, so things were a bit hectic. Could have done with a few more staff and someone to clean the toilets. Having some guy there expecting...money for just sitting doing nothing is weird. That said it can’t have been to bad as we spent a few days in it.More