I came back to The Glyde Inn on a recent visit to Ireland from Liverpool. I used to live in Dundalk and was a frequent visitor to the restaurant and used to bring all my visit family and friends along.
On this visit I was with my husband. When we arrived the restaurant was very busy with a tour but good enough the lady (if I remember rightly the owner) found us a seat and got our drinks. I ordered the seafood chowder which was nice but didn't have mussels as it used to so was slightly disappointed in that. My husband had the calamari which he said was ok.
For mains I had fillet steak which I asked to medium but I would have said disappointingly it was well done, my chips were also very pale and not the best. My husband had the chicken curry which was ok but also had the pale chips.
We then were waiting for at least 25 minutes after we finished waiting for the waitresses to collect our plates and hopefully offer desert menu. The two young girls were just talking and setting tables but felt like they were taking no notice of us. In the end we had to shout over and ask for the desert menu which I thought was pretty poor service.
Desert was good when we eventually got it.
Just felt the food isn't as nice as if used to be and the service could be a bit better. Quiet disappointed as the meal was for oue second wedding anniversary.
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