Service here is generally a miss and the house beer is nothing to be desired. Overpriced beer and food donít make things any better but the food is delicious and the ambience is overall pleasant. The Gaelic prawns are wonderful and there is always a special. I remember when this building was abandoned... nice work fixing it up and making something out of it.
AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 15/20
Bar in old stone house in Westminster. The nice wood bar was on 2 walls in the 1st floor with a working fireplace on the other side of the first floor with several tables. It gave you a nice cozy feeling with the fire going the night we went. There was a small non smoking dining room in another room that was decorated like a small Irish cottage. With exposed beams and finished plaster to look like a dried mud interior wall. The food was pretty good and they had a nice selection. The beers available were ok. I was a little disappointed in the variety of selections being it was an Irish Pub. I thought some beers you could,ít get other places would be nice and give the place a little notoriety. But overall a nice evening