Glencullen (Irish: Gleann Cuilinn, meaning 'valley of the holly') is a village and townland in the county of Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown in south County Dublin, Ireland. It is also the name of the valley above one end of which the village sits, and from which it takes its name, and is on the R116 road, on the slopes of Two Rock Mountain. The highest point of the area is at a height of about 300 metres (980 ft), making Glencullen one of the highest villages in Ireland.
Glencullen is in the civil parish of Kilternan and the barony and Poor Law Union of Rathdown.
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NIAMH Leahy | Apr 13, 2018
Quaint traditional pub restaurant. Service was good. Nice atmosphere. Friendly staff. Food let it down. Vegetarian food on menu, but only 1 option available on the day. This has happened twice. And if you're vegan, there are no options.
Eliza Tomczyk | Apr 4, 2018
I like this place very much. Had the best mussels ever and delicious silver hill duck, we also had very tasty fish and chips and spaghetti Bolognese from kids menu, but my partner got pork belly, and it was dry and with not much of a taste and his steak was just alright. We didn't have desserts, but they looked delicious only children got some vanilla ice cream and it was delicious as well. But it's a type of place where you come for the ambiance, open fire and people smiling at you!
Scott Swope | Jan 2, 2018
Fun experience. The drive up was a bit of an adventure (full disclosure: American in a rental here) but worth it when we got there. We did not have reservations and worried that we wouldn't be able to get in on a busy holiday evening, and it was very busy but they seated us quickly. Menu was different than I expected, but in a good way. I expected pub fare, but the food was more upscale than that. Service was fast, and friendly enough considering how busy they were.
Fabrizio D | Jan 31, 2018
Nice "little" cottage pub. There is live music all days of the weeks. It is vintage decorated with lots of pictures and historical furniture and newspapers. I really loved the atmosphere and the vibes. You can either go for a few drinks or meal. The meal was lovely, really tasty.The prices are in the same as the other restaurants in town, something could be just a bit overpriced but you have everything there and it is really good. Service was lovely as well. If you are around that area i advice to go absolutely.
Tim Kosykh | Jan 28, 2018
Must visit for all tourists! The atmosphere that can’t be described by the words. True Irish spirit and great crack. Really nice food and generous portions. Live music and Irish dancing on certain days. Great for just occasional pint or for a meal, party etc. You can visit it like museum.
Adolfo Carvalho | Jun 19, 2018
Think it's a good place to visit once in your life and never return. Atmosphere is nice and you kinda feel the history there. But waiting time is like a lifetime and you'll walk around for ages before being seated (book beforehand). Food is nice but nothing that you can't get in any other decent pub. Price is what you expect for a tourist place in Ireland.
Yvonne Whincup | Jul 21, 2018
Wow, what a place. So many original features. Sat outside on a milkchurn stool. You can eat inside this quirky pub or drink at the bar. Views of the mountains are great. Staff very helpful. Busy place, so be patient and wait for a space in car park, as worth a visit.
Ralluca Moroşan | May 31, 2018
You don't need reservations, but you have to wait almost 20-30 minutes to get a table. Interesting was that you walked in, you waited to be seated and if was not anything free, you could just say your name and when was something ready, they will call your name to go to your table to eat. Food was delicious. The personal was very kind and polite and we haven't waited to much till our food was done, even though it was everything foll. Decorations are different as in an usually pub/restaurant. I don't want to say to much because you have to discover for yourself. I definitely recommend this place!
Michael OBZ | Jun 20, 2018
Great Authentic Pub up near the Dublin Mountains. Lots of great history here, A must see. The best Pint of Guinness I have had in awhile. Food here is highly recommended. We had the Beef Ribs that were so tender and the Bacon and Cabbage. Highly Recommend this place. Be sure to check out the Museum out the back too.
Edwin Johnson | Jun 14, 2018
Nice place when the sun is shining. Can be a little twee. Great to stop in for lunch and well worth bringing friends who are visiting from abroad. There is good live music at the weekends too, but the food is a great draw. Their Seafood is always good. The staff are pleasant, if busy.
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