Writing the 18% tip for the server but wanted to express that the server didn?t once check on us asking if everything was okay and if we wanted anything else. Even during the checkout she just gave us the bill but never enquired if we wanted something even tho we ordered 6 cocktails and two appetizers. We visit this restaurant every time when we come to Vegas and this might be the last we visit it, food and drinks are pretty dope tho but the service is very bad and unfortunately we would not return again thanks,
Omg I've been missing a good pub since I moved to Vegas. The problem with pubs and vegas is the are all 24/7 casinos and full of smoke. Pubs need a lot of wood. Wood walls and ceilings are usually confining and if your not a smoker it's a lot. McMullan though has a separate restaurant area that is beautiful pub wood and no smoke. But what about the food and the service? Both were spectacular for my visit. The food options were plentiful and I had trouble choosing. Finally settled on the sliders with crisps because the offered some variety for my first visit. They were each great but the battered fish slider stood out with the ruben slider a close second. The bartender was great and seemed as excited to be serving the beer and food as I was to taste it. He was that proud of their offerings. Always a great sign. He also brought me some dipping sauces that were very good. I will be back many times for sure.
Great place and environment. Friend and I went after work one day to relax and the nachos you see were the small version. Large portions and very good food. The fish and chips were great and could taste the quality. I would recommend using their hot sauce in the tartar sauce for an extra little zing. Irish pub feeling and the so you have to have a Guinness, I got a blonde, very good and smooth. The dark Guinness was very good too. Much beget than I've had before.
First time eating there. Went for St. Patrick's day and it was really crowded but I decided to stick it out. The staff was really nice and courteous. This is truly an Irish restaurant. Lots of memorabilia on the walls and good Irish music was playing during dinner. The meal was fantastic and well worth the wait. I had the traditional corn beef and cabbage, shepherd's pie, Irish sausage rolls, and Irish coffee. Awesome.... I definitely plan on going back and trying other items on the menu. There's plenty of free parking and the Orleans Hotel and Casino is right across the street if you decide you want to hit the tables and slots.
Some of the best pub food I've had! Chicken curry pot pie, wonderful buttery crust, nachos with their house made potato chips and corned beef was to die for! Flavorful lamb stew, delicious corned beef sandwich on a good marble rye. Chicken pot pie and fish 'n chips also spot on. Been 3 times in a month!
Food was great and venue was clean.. thus the 2 stars but that's where the good stuff ends. The service was very lacking. Despite them not being very busy waited for ever for simple things like getting a food order in, checking up on meal, getting silverware to eat with...ketchup for fries etc... drink refills were where I realized they just weren't even caring or paying attention. After watching the bartenders chat it up in the far corner of the bar with a server for a while... the whole time scootching empty drink glasses closer and closer to them... One of the bartenders finally walked past us and I asked for our drinks to be refilled and then she looked past us... at the couple next to us and proceeded to refill their pints... took two trips to do so as she refilled them one by one... third time past us and finally... I practically had to yell my request in her direction after she was walking away from bringing our bar neighbors their second draft. We would've gotten desert but figured that would have kept us there another hour with the attention we were getting so decided to call it a night. For an $80 meal for two I really would've thought we'd have gotten more attention. A shame too bc I'd Def be a regular if the service was on point.
Awesome quaint Irish Pub with over 150 Irish whiskeys plus Irish beers on tap. The food was great and portion sizes were huge. Also if you go don't forget the Sticky Toffee Pudding for dessert! Since they're off the strip the value you get for your money is on point.
Wow! This may be my new favorite restaurant in Vegas. We were next door at the Orleans and found this on Google Maps. It was a 90% match which is rare. Anyway, we wanted a locals place with good food and wow, did it deliver. We ordered a couple beers on draft, I ordered the Reuben, she the fish n chips. Best of all, we ordered a 6-piece of BBQ wings - absolutely amazing with big, meaty portions and delicious sauce. We could have eaten more of that as dinner and been fine. The Reuben was fantastic - thick, meaty corned beef and super tender. My wife found the fish and chips a little soggy after a few minutes, but the flavor was great. Finally grabbed a whiskey 3-flight (it was awesome) and we sipped a bit. We will definitely come here again. We will be taking friends here when they visit. We live in Vegas, but we still get offers so we stayed a night at the next-door-hotel-casino and enjoyed walking so we could enjoy some drinks without driving.
New in town and looking for a great place to eat? Here at McMullan's Irish Pub we offer an extensive selection of irish food in Las Vegas. Ask about our scrumptious food such as chicken. Take a look at our menus online or give us a call at (702) 247-7000.
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