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The best restaurantsof irish in South East

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Shenanigans Irish Cafe

St Jude, Portsmouth
26/08/2018: Popped in for a couple of drinks yesterday.
20/08/2018: Sunday morning. You had a lie in. You fancy a late, lazy breakfast with friends. Maybe you had a few drinks last night and you want comfort food, something tasty and satisfying. Look no further than Shenanigans. You can get a traditional full monty or veggie breakfast but the three of us went for something with an Irish twist and chose soda farls and a breakfast boxty (homemade potato pancake). We added a couple of 'extras' in the form of a little haggis/black pudding and loved every mouthful. The coffee's good too. Guiness optional!



Abbey, Wycombe
26/08/2018: We went to child friendly pride on 25th august 2018 and what a great time we had the staff were so friendly and helpful and the food was great
18/08/2018: definitely the best pint of Guinness in Wycombe great place great atmosphere and top friendly service



Abbey, Reading
13/08/2018: Visited O’Neill’s yesterday, watched the footy on the massive screens. Ordered up some food, my god it was amazing. Had a lovely sloppy joe pizza and chorizo burger...... amazeballs. Will definitely be returning
13/08/2018: Popped into O’Neill’s Saturday night after hearing there music from the street, what an atmosphere.... brilliant music, bar staff on point, drinks brilliant we will go again

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the Gateway

Abbey, Reading
21/06/2018: Didn't try the food as I went in based on Trip Advisors rating for Best Guinness in Reading and the previous reviewers weren't wrong! :)
10/02/2018: The Gateway looks a bit shabby from the outside, but is comfortable enough once you're in. A dartboard and Sky sports on TV are obvious attractions. Only one hand pumped ale on offer (London Pride) and that was off on my visit on Thursday night, so had to drink the very expensive keg pale ale or lager instead (at £4:70 a pint - well above average prices for Reading). Does reasonable basic pub grub and reknowned for its quiz nights. If you just want to watch the sports and are a lager or Guinness drinker, then it's OK, but if you enjoy real ale or craft beers at reasonable prices, then there are far better pubs nearby.


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