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All reviews bangers and mash great people watching spot the wood burning fireplace shepard's pie watch sports big screen tvs the pulled pork poutine old quebec fish stew onion soup an interesting place patio
We ate lunch here one day in mid October, 2018 while touring the town. We opted to eat in the downstairs part of the Pub as the eating area was larger and quieter. We had a fantastic pizza and Irish beer. We could have been...More
Based on the food/price ratio I wanted to rate this place 2/5 but leaned towards 3/5 due to the staff and location being good. Let's begin by saying if you looking for really good food a pub is probably not the best idea. That may...More
Ate dinner here last Friday as a last minute choice. It was really close to our hotel and due to really miserable weather we didn’t feel like venturing out far. Upstairs was full so we were placed in the basement right in front of the...More
Easy to find this pub if you're walking down St Jean from the Marriott or Palace Royal, it's at a fork on the street. Big green shamrocks. St Jean level is small cafe. Wife had incredible Black Velvet burger with sauteed apple slice - fantastic...More
Unfortunately there was no entertainment when we visited, but just being in the historic building with so many nooks and crannies, was wonderful in itself. We enjoyed the food so much. We had the been stew with Guinness and the fried chicken. The chicken wasn't...More
We had dinner here on Saturday evening the place was busy and although the order was incorrect the first time it was soon corrected.
The bar staff don’t stop on the go all the time getting drinks orders out.
I did not get the name...More