Our St. Patrick's Day dinner was very disappointing. My husband and I both ordered corned beef and cabbage, figuring you couldn't go wrong with this traditional dish. The corned beef was extremely tough; you could barely cut through it with a regular knife and fork. My husband's fork actually bent in half. Cabbage was soggy and overcooked, as were the potatoes. About the only decently prepared food on the plate was the carrots. The flavor of the corned beef was unexceptional, also. After struggling to get a few bites of the meat and realizing that it would be a tortuous experience to actually try to eat it for dinner, my husband summoned our server over and said that it was unacceptable. The server was agreeable to offering us something else from the menu. We both ordered fish and chips; this choice was also a disappointment. The chips were decent; coleslaw was bland and dry; fish was over-breaded and over-cooked. The cod tasted old and dried out. Our Guinness beer was served in a red Solo cup, but it was the best part of the meal. Sorry, Mulligan's, you have striked out, and we will not be eating at your restaurant ever again.
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