It’s a train which comes along with. It very little room to relax, expensive as well, but if you’ll looking for a different scenery or experience
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I was bummed about this one, especially given the cost. We've found Ireland to be the most friendly place we've ever visited and the service in most restaurants is really great. Except this one, which, unfortunately was the most expensive by quite a bit. The...More
Pros: Staff was outstanding, the atmosphere was fantastic, the dessert and bread were amazing (the pastry chef is killer). My dinner was good, not great, as was my appetizer. Totally fine, but it didn't knock my socks off. The setting did though....and if you're staying...More
We are frequent visitors to Galway and had always wanted to eat at the Pullman Restaurant, we did so on our most recent visit to the city, however, we wished we hadn't and certainly won't return! The setting is very special and really unique. However,...More
We ate at this amazing restaurant, attached to the fabulous Glenlo Abbey Hotel. It is in two Pullman cars. The decor takes you to a different world of luxury railway dining. The food was exquisite. We were three and our entrees were Sole, Venison, and...More
When we first arrived we were a little annoyed because we were ignored for almost 10 minutes. We walked in and eventually had to walk back almost to the kitchen to get someone's attention. Once we were seated though, service was good. I had goat...More
This restaurant is on the grounds of Gleno Abbey Hotel. It is comprised of several pullman train cars that are from the Orient Express. Everything is original. This was really fun. The food was very good.
A great opportunity to experience what The Orient Express might be like at a minimum. Food absolutely delicious and service excellent. Staff ensure you have a great time and are very attentive without hovering.
Dining at the Pullman is a unique experience as it takes place in two actual dining cars of the Orient Express train. Everything sparkled and shined and seemed like it was out of a movie set. The food was very good and included some unique...More
Please read my review of Glenlo Abbey, and reference to this restaurant. We were sent here by the reception service at the hotel as we were hotel guests, and we were treated cooly and seated in an empty train car when it was apparently "full"...More