Congratulations Seamus you've done it again, great food, great service and love the place mat with the explanation of the river Slaney
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The restaurant had changed hands and is now The Slaney. The service is really good and the food is excellent. They are very accommodating. We went for an early bird three courses for fourteen ninettyfive excellent value. Then a few cheeky cocktails upstairs so we...More
Spent an evening here with friends - very sad that our table of 4 was the only 1 occupied so there was no atmosphere at all. Although the food was of an excellent quality, my husband's meal was ordered wrongly, but chef gave him both...More
Cool reception, nearly empty restaurant at 7.30 p.m. on a Saturday evening which speaks volumes. Food overpriced for the quality of the cooking and staff inattentive.
We went as a family for lobster and steak, the food was fabulous, and plentyful. However the waiters seemed uptight and forced smiles, shame really as this is a great foodie find. prices reasonable.
There were a few hiccups and the meal wasn't perfect but the manager has the best customer service I've ever received he was polite and gave us complimentary drinks for the issues. After such care & courtesy from one staff member I would return but...More
Went for a birthday meal. We had a table upstairs in the private dining area. The food was excellent and plenty of it. Plaice Goujons were lovely, fresh and homemade. Fillet steak was also excellent with crispy homemade onion rings. Excellent service and very attentive...More
A cosy little restaurant, good for couples and larger groups alike. The menu has a lot of seafood on it but if this isn't your thing then there are meat and vegetarian dishes too. We both chose seafood dishes for starters and mains, they were...More