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Irish, Bar, Pub
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Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
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Reviewed 13 September 2019

Lee is a great waiter and Seanog is also a lovely lad . Defitenly need more hours in there ! I will defitenily come back for them .

Date of visit: March 2019
Reviewed 29 August 2019 via mobile

We stopped off for Late Lunch last Saturday the 24th August I had the Chicken Maryland my Husband had the Lamb Stew both dishes were a plateful of Loveliness we cleaned our plates and due to the generous portions I had to say No to...dessert in the words of Arnie we will be back!! Young Servers friendly and good. PS I had one of the nicest Malbec Glass of Wine to wash it down with meant to ask which one it was but forgot..More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed 23 August 2019

Handy spot to stop for food as on the way to Castlebar, Partry and Galway. Parking is free next to venue so safe for children. They have kids menus and it is family friendly. I attended a special group event, Staff very helpful and really...made us welcome.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed 7 July 2019 via mobile

Came out to try new menu, delighted with quality of food and service, up there with the best places to eat in Mayo. Derry was a fantastic host and Fergus the chef came out to talk to customers about food, great touch. Look forward to...our next visit Highly recommend.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed 1 July 2019 via mobile

We had dinner before the match and it was lovely, after the match we went for a few drinks and Oliver (one of the owners) sat down with us, after a few minutes he went to the kitchen and got 3 tables sausage and chip,...this happened a couple of times, very decent and the staff were brilliant, we had breakfast in the morning after staying in one of the cottages the rent out, Derek was top class looking after us, we are looking forward to Armagh playing mayo again as it will give us a good excuse to stay againMore

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed 27 May 2019 via mobile

Micheal is great, he will accommodate your food, drink and tunes. Could not ask for a better barman. Highly recommend visiting

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed 23 May 2019

Stopped here for lunch in the pub as the restaurant was closed. The bar tender and patron at the bar were extremely helpful with information related to my wife's ancestry search. They reached out to her asking where we are from and what brought us...to the area. My wife was able to get some information that proved to be helpful in her search. I ordered the fish and chips, my wife the burger. Both were excellent but there was something about the fish and chips that just made them stand out. The piece of fish was huge, thick and flaky. The taste was out of this world. I offered some to my wife who agreed. It was so good, we were back the next day for lunch and we both ordered the fish and chips. The best we've ever had!More

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed 18 May 2019

This a quaint thatched roadside pub and restaurant located in the picturesque village of Partry, Co. Mayo, nestled between Lough Mask and Lough Carra, both popular fishing locations. It can cater for large groups and also has outside seating for music and dancing and a...play area for children. It’s an old-style pub with good Guinness and friendly country atmosphere in a restful location. We had the bar-food before the open fire - homemade soup with brown soda bread followed by beer battered cod served with salad and chips. RecommendedMore

Date of visit: April 2019
Reviewed 23 April 2019 via mobile

Went with my family last Saturday, and sat in the front bar area. Well looked after by the bar man & waitress, who also took special care to pay attention to my young niece & nephew who really enjoyed the colouring pens & paper which...gave us a bit of peace. The menu seems to have been scaled back which is no bad thing. I had the chargrilled steak which was good, & the others had salmon & fish & chips. No complaints from anyone, & some excellent Guinness to go with it.More

Date of visit: April 2019
Reviewed 10 October 2018

You have to visit the village inn as not alone is the food great but the crack is also great. Good fun in the bar after a lovely meal.

Date of visit: October 2018
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Yes they serve food all day. Good food for reasonable price
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  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 4.5
  • Value: 4.5