Ya it's cool to go to the oldest pub in Ireland but if you actually want good Irish food, walk 10 minutes away and don't use trip advisor reviews. So disappointed I'm almost in tears. We could have the same in any 3 star restaurant...More
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We visited monday evening and restaurant was full of people. Nice, lively and noisy athmosphere! Service was fast and nice, food very basic pub standard but still good enough for good value for your money in Dublin.
Not just pub food. We were meeting a group later in the evening a decided to have dinner before meeting up. Food was wonderful, atmosphere was fun and easy going. Don't be afraid to ask a group to share a table, you have more fun...More
We stopped in for a beer and a t-shirt. To sit in such a distinguished and old place for a beer was probably one of my highlights of the trip. To think how old the place is and what Ireland was going through during it's...More
Our family attempted to visit on our first evening in Dublin, but the place was PACKED! So we tried again the next day at lunch time. There was no wait for a table and we were seated in a very interesting old room that looked...More
We went to Brazen Head for a pub style lunch whilst seeing the sights. Food was good and the beer was well poured so we could not complain.
We visited here for a meal and it did not disappoint. The food was excellent, the beer was good. Very quaint olde worlde pub. Staff were welcoming and friendly. They sell brazen head t shirts at the bar. Overall a very busy, inviting place.
If this weren't "the oldest pub", I don't think most people would bother with it. The place is very busy and it's a little difficult to get a table and service. Since I had already visited the Guinness Storehouse earlier in the day (5 stars),...More