Here once before, seafood chowder was at that time great. Seems all the pubs/restaurants in this area now get their prepared chowder from the same purveyors-it’s lousy, salty, minimum seafood.
Another favorite is Ireland’s famous soda bread, found here before however not this time-just a couple pieces of plain brown bread, didn’t eat it.
The Irish lamb stew was excellent.
Overall a disappointment as this pub was recommended by a ‘local’ gentleman so will most likely explore another pub on next trip through Dublin.
We booked before our Dublin trip, following good reviews on Trip adviser. It wasnt too busy on a Sunday eve. The staff were welcoming, helpful and friendly. Food was good and so was the wine and Guinness. Warm, comfortable environment without too much music. An excellent eve.
Excellent Irish stew! Really enjoyed.
Very friendly service and a beautiful pub. The food was quite good, far above most pub meals! We were there on a quiet Sunday evening.
Sheehans Pub has long been a local Dublin treasure. It takes only a single visit to understand why. The restaurant is cozy, comfortable, and the food is nothing short of fantastic. The drinks, both beer and cocktails are among the best. A reservation means gets you a table and immediate seating from pleasant, efficient staff. You simply cannot go wrong on this one.