On 07-9-2008 millay said :
"Probably Belfast’s best known pub and one that is owned by the National Trust. The restored Victorian interior is so extravagantly ornate that it is almost overpowering. The bar runs along the left hand side as you enter and around the rest of the pub are ten separate booths/snugs lettered from A to J. Each of them are beautifully panelled with dark wood and opaque glass with a lockable door. It seems to be first come first served to occupy them but I did see some reserved signs on one of my visits. It can get very busy and I imagine it occasionally has the air of a freakish tourist attraction, certainly rarely a minute goes by without another flash from a camera capturing the magnificent décor. Despite this it’s a place that every pub lover should visit. They had three real ale hand pumps on when I was there, one of the few places in Belfast that serves good real ale.
On 23-4-2006 geordie said :
"Best gin and tonics this side of the water. Loving the booths. Welcoming and relaxing. Certainly worth an easyjet air fare."
On 05-2-2006 thespicester said :
"What a fine pub this is. On CAMRA's national inventory and rightly so. Plenty of ornate tile, wood and mirrors. If you go in just one pub in Northern Ireland make it this one."
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