The historic name of the district was not Temple Bar but St. Andrews Parish. It was a suburb of medieval (Anglo-Norman) Dublin, located outside the city walls. It fell into disuse at the beginning of the 14th century because the land was exposed to attacks by the native Irish. The land was redeveloped again in […]
delicious Went for lunch and it was packed. We were lucky to get a table at all. Service took a long time but again, it was packed. We enjoyed the live entertainment, which was 2 old guys having a ball playing old irish tunes and when our food finally came it was delicious. We ordered the seafood chowder - amazing. So rich I couldn't finish it. Decently priced considering it's in Temple Bar. Really fun afternoon.
Great dinner! Delicious My husband, myself and 2 young adult daughters had dinner here. Very crowded but we waited 15-20 minutes. Well worth it. We had seafood chowder appetizer and cheesy bread, both great! I had the salad with warm goat cheese and walnuts. It was delicious but with walnuts in the name I thought there should have been more. It was really good! My husband had fists day chips and my daughters had Shepard pie. Everyone loved there food! Service was fast but abrupt. It was crowded so I forgive it. Definitely recommend!
Better than Temple Temple Bar gets all the visits but we enjoyed this one more. Even though bar was packed bartender still gave good service in the back bar area and engaged us is good conversation. A lot of good Pubs in Dublin but this was my favorite for service, atmosphere and also the food upstairs.