My wife was working in the area and went to O'Maille's for lunch and really enjoyed it. She said the food was good and the server was fantastic. That was why my wife was excited to take me there once I joined her in St....More
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took a long time to cook our breakfast/brunch. bacon and toast burnt and eggs overcooked. this is a pub so place was very dark for 11:00 on a Saturday. We asked and opened the currents our self to let in some light. Cook was doing...More
Finally, new ownership. Food is varied, well made and decent prices. Atmosphere is friendly and service attentive. I will return for more visits.
They have good food, enjoy their fish and chips the best. Lunch is usually quiet, and the service is good. The decor needs an upgrade, parking is plenty. We have only been for lunch.
Great little pub. The atmosphere is always a gamble. Sometimes it's a quiet little pub, sports games can make it a little louder (like any pub)and other nights the manager is dancing in the aisles to Madonna and there's some strange live music choices. Always...More
Have been a few times over the years, most recently a couple days ago. They had some appetizer specials, and cold beers. Food was decent, good wings for certain, and service was very good. It's not fancy, but if looking for a comfortable place to...More
Have gone to omaille s several times with friends for drinks and apps, particularly nachos which are excellent Prices are reasonable and food is good
We frequent this pub on Wednesday nights for wings and beers, by far the best wings around that i have found. It's all about the sauce and the coating on the wings that enable an excellent cohesion of sauce to coating ratio. The sauces especially...More
Went with family for an afternoon pint, stayed for supper and another pint. Beer is fresh and the food is picture-esc and the taste is fantastic. Burgers are made in house as is almost everything else. Hungry? Thirsty? Come here for a wee taste of...More