I went here with a business travel companion as he has family from County Clare, Ireland, visits there regularly, and he was curious about this place. I'm kind of indifferent about Irish restaurants, so I felt I was kind of just along for the ride. We ended up enjoying a great meal and Irish beer. I trust my friend when he said it was very authentic based on his visits to Ireland. We learned this pub and inn are owned by Irishman Rip O'Dwanny who owns other such establishments and organizes trips to see Ireland. I had the Cottage Pie, which was fantastic. I think the difference between it and Shepherds Pie is that the Cottage Pie has shredded beef instead of the lamb. I've had Shepherds Pie a few times before at other Irish restaurants, and it always seemed to be kind of bland. This was super flavorful with lots of meat and served super hot the way I like it. My friend got the fish and chips. It looked great, and he, too, said it was excellent. His also was served while very hot. Lots of Irish beer and whiskey choices. Highly recommend. Prices were very reasonable.
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