We had a nice lunch here on a Saturday a few weeks ago. I had a lovely toasted ham and cheese sambo.. real baked ham which was lovely. The place is clean and tidy. Simple menu, a grand place for a quick bite.
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Had one of the specials, organically grown beef burger, along with two glasses (not pints) of draft beer...26 euro...burger was good
this place is just awful, from the moment you walk in you are frowned on by the two woman, and told there isn't much left on the menu (at 6pm) - a really dead ambience. Yet half hour on the tables near us are given...More
Absolutely disgusting.Cold vegetables,some almost raw and broccoli looking a week old.The beef and lamb were tender but not what you would expect as a recommendation for Sunday lunch. Just do not go there,we were asked at the end of the meal when it was mostly...More
I'm very sorry to read your review and sorry to hear you did not enjoy your meal.we have taken your points on board and would love to welcome you back should you wish to give us another chance... regards paudie
Last month my family and I were passing through Skibbereen and stopped into Annie Mays. We had been trying to decide whether to go to the fancy 'Church' restaurant for something different, but I'm so glad we didn't! We had the loveliest time in Annie...More
a warm welcome awaits you at Annie Mays in Skibb. A bar on one side and restaurant on the other. We were in West Cork last week and stumbled in for something to eat and a pint. Mug of soup and sandwich for €6?? What...More
This pub has to be visited on your trip to Skibbereen - from the great welcome from Paudie and the craic to fab bar food- top class nothing was a problem- felt like locals on the second night- my brother and sister in law happened...More
Enjoyed a nice lunch here. Staff friendly and seafood chowder was delicious. Just the job after 6 hours on a boat!
Stayed here for a night with friends. Bar and restaurant downstairs. B&B upstairs. B&B is basic. Breakfast was lovely and our the person serving us was very chatty. Think a student and he was very helpful and polite. Annie May herself is a bit eccentric....More