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Dropped in because music was playing at 6:30 when most pubs did not start music until 8 or 9. Their Irish stew and fish and chips were both excellent. Good music and comfortable and attractive pub setting.
We had some very poorly executed seafood stew here. First, it had very little seafood in it. I would have been OK with that and just shrugged it off except that it was really over seasoned with huge pieces of star anise that completely dominated...the flavor of the stew. It was just about inedible.More
The staff regularly states," If you don't buy a drink, there's the exit." After all the warm and truly unexpected quality music and hospitality in other pubs in Dingle, I found our experience at Dingle Pub to be unwelcoming and the staff seemed to be...most interested in self promotion. You have many other options in Dingle. Step away from the boards advertising Irish dancing and have a true experience elsewhere.More
Called into the Dingle Pub for lunch. A group of 24 of us, Lovely spacious location well able to cater for a crowd. I'd recommend the the beef and Guinness stew. The highlight arrived after lunch when one of men working took to the floor...for a dance.More
Arrived on spec on a Monday night, initially was told there was no table but in fairness the barman then offered me bar stool up against a bench like shelf, it was grand for me. Tables well spread out, plenty of sanitizer etc and staff...very professional and friendly. Food was standard pub grub, had chicken and chorizo burger, was like a chicken burger from a takeaway tbh and no hint of chorizo anywhere. Chips and side salad were quite niceMore
We booked in for dinner while staying in Dingle, I spoke to a girl on the phone who said there is 6pm or 8pm slots both available so we booked the 8pm. When we arrive we were told you can those there. The man was...referring to 2 stools and a bench. We asked if we can have a table and were told very rudely thats all there is I dont know who booked you in thats all there is. The man then walked away and sarted to talk to other people and didn't even give us a chance to say anything. I have never been greated so rudly in any pub or restaurant in Ireland so we left. We then had to try get somewhere else for dinner which is impossible at the moment we luckily got into one other slot at 9pm with every other restaurant in Dingle booked out for the night. This really took away from our night so I'd recommend booking somewhere more reliable if trying to book in advance.More
We hadn't booked ahead, just called in on spec, the staff were very accommodating and we got two seats. Dinner was very nice ample portions & tasty. We even got meet the family star David Geaney very friendly and down to earth.
Would go back...again.More