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Posted by :) on 06/13/2012
I've had two meals here and each one was so very good. The Gaelic Chicken is wonderful and beautifully put together on the plate & the Curry Chicken Wrap (special only) is just the most wonderful food I've had in my whole life. I'm not a foody, I find the act of eatting to be a chore at times and finding food I really enjoy eating is hard, unless I'm at the Triple Crown. :)
Posted by Ian on 10/14/2010
My son arrived in NY after spending a month driving across the US. In all that time we had not seen a vegetable other than fries on our plates. When we ordered here we were given a side of vegetables; broccoli & cauliflower-excellent. Food was good and plenty of it. In fact we went there a number of times while in NY.
Posted by mark d on 06/26/2010
We wanted a late plate and this place seemed ideal. Too many tvs but our drink orders were taken quicky. No water provided which is unusual in u.s. Food very Christian - resurrected after dying. Succession of people dealt with us and bill thrust on us (with too high grat added) before we were ready. Lots of goodish places around here - go to them instead.
Posted by Mr Jonezz on 06/11/2008
I have never seen smaller portions. The chicken special was tiny and the dinner salad that was ordered was sparse. When an entree in a pub costs $14 it should be a decent portion. Will be back for a beer before a game at the Garden but will not eat.
Posted by damon on 01/20/2007
Been there last week and was surprised to see the place was packed at this time of the year. Great to have a beer with your friends and in the meantime watch a game or play your favorite music on the jukebox
Posted by Anonymous on 01/18/2007
Beer is good. Waitress was friendly if not attentive. Food was poor -- I only ordered a Philly cheesesteak, but it just came as a slab of the meet slices with some melted cheese on top covered in tons sweet onions on some type of roll. I would go there again to knock back a beer, but would never get any food.
Posted by seth on 01/04/2007
There are three places practically identical to this within two blocks, and none of them are particularly good. They all have average food, acceptable prices, and nothing to really set them apart from any pub in America.