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The Errigle Inn, Belfast - pub details

Errigle Inn

Address: 312-320 Ormeau Rd, Belfast, County Antrim, BT7 2GE [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25198) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 4 users)
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I've been to a few pubs in Belfast on my previous visits. But this has become my new favourite. In fact, it was my favourite pub of the weekend. Located to the south of the centre on the Ormeau Road, it's rather an unassuming location. Similar to the Crown, it has a fantastic traditional interior. The famous room is the Oak Lounge, which I initially overlooked, instead heading through to a busier bar. Ales and ciders are listed on electronic screens. Cask ales were Farmageddon American Pale Ale, Ringwood Razor Back, Whitewater Bee's Endeavour & Beer Hut Wahey IPA. There were a number of craft beers. But to my surprise, they had a real cider - Hogan's French Revelation. Not only had I found a real cider in a non-Wetherspoon's in Northern Ireland (a first for me), the cider itself was one I hadn't previously tried. I had a little wonder around and found another large room packed with people watching the Charity Shield final, before eventually finishing my cider in the wonderfully atmospheric Oak Lounge. It was deadly quiet in there and it is the room where the cask ales and real cider are dispensed from (I'd wondered where the barman serving me had disappeared off to). I'd certainly like to come back here one day. Great pub.
blue_scrumpy - 6 Aug 2018 22:14
inept bar staff seemed unable to serve people in any order that represented when they were arriving at the bar to get served. Unlike the bars south of the border they seemed to be only able to serve one person at a time. Hence unable to rate the place which is a shame as they served Hilden's.
Mr_ESB_Harry - 6 Apr 2014 20:48
this is one of the best pubs in belfast it has a public bar--a bar for the younger punters--a lounge with no tv. music etc for the more mature folfk --a good resturant--two lounges upstairs. drawbacks the price of drinks are too dear compared to other pubs in the area take it or leave it is the attitude
smirffcoke - 8 Sep 2008 12:24
big popular pub. Five bars, something for everyone. Fav of mine is the oak lounge which is like being in your aunties living room. Floor service and friendly staff...
FRANCIS RABBIT - 25 Jun 2005 16:18

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