Brady 's restaurant
Clock House, Maynooth, Maynooth
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Reviewed 23rd October 2013
This is a very friendly place to go for a bite to eat. Went here in late afternoon on a Tuesday and way fairly quiet.. All the staff were very friendly and even made recommendations as to what was particularly good.. I opted for the chicken and mushroom vol-au-vent start as a main course with a side of mash.. Got to large vol-au-vents piled full with even more of the creamy chicken piled of the plate, and the 3-4 scoops of mash in a bowl. It was piping hot and absolutely delicious and excellent value at only 10euro. lovely homely, welcoming atmosphere will definitely be back!!!
Reviewed 20th September 2011
Came here for a quick Sunday dinner so the carvey option was ideal. Pub was busy with peope watchin sport on tv so we had to look around for a table for a while..might have been nice if a member of staff assisted us with this. Ordered the turkey & ham dinner which came with mash, 2 potato croquettes, a selection of veg (carrotts and cabbage), stuffing and gravy so a big helping for the price ~€12. Overall, it was good carvery grub, although the ham was a bit too salty so i didnt eat much of it. Atmosphere in the place was decent given msot people there were just regular pub goers. Aside from my choice of carvery dinner, they had 3 or 4 other options which looked equally as tasty. Would return again if looking for a quick bite to eat.
Reviewed 05th February 2010
Ahh the joys of Pay Day! Brady's has managed to keep its appeal despite the stiff competition from other pubs in Maynooth. We had a pub dinner on the Friday night and it was very good. Atmosphere was great which it normally is in Brady's on a wknd (never been in during the week) and the pints are absolutely lovely! That's the great thing about Maynooth the Guinness tends to be great everywhere (maybe all the students keep it flowing through the pipes during the week?). Anyway I would always recommend Brady's. The service is great and because its not a massive pub it is usually warm. Value for money is ok although it could be cheaper when compared with elsewhere.
Reviewed 23rd November 2009
Great carvery here, the portions are HUGE. You wouldn't need to eat for the rest of the week. Laid back family atmosphere, really like this place!
Reviewed 12th August 2009
I went to Bradys for lunch with family, it was a lovely meal, we were all very happy, its nice home cooked food, i really enjoyed my meal
Reviewed 26th June 2009
Went for lunch here with my family, carvery is served until 2.30pm which offer plenty of time for a nice leisurely lunch. The selection is great, food is hot and the staff are very friendly and accomodating. I asked for sausages for my 1 year old son and although they were not on the cavery the chef said no problem and cooked them fresh for him. The food here is also excellent value. My mum wasn't feeling too hungry and asked for a half portion, it was huge and so cheap. Nice fmily friendly relaxed place for lunch.
Reviewed 17th November 2008
Had a good Sunday carvery here; nothing too special but all the food was fresh, hot and tasty. The staff were good and did the best they could but they were finding it difficult to cope - I would suggest they get a few extra staff for the busy Sunday carvery. Will definitely go back.
Reviewed 12th August 2008
food has really come on in the last few weeks, would recommend it to everyone, carvery lunch is very fresh & there is finally a bit of a choice.
Reviewed 23rd July 2008
This is a very friendly place to have a quick,reasonable and good quality bite to eat. A regular to this establishment I had savored many a nice meal here. Having gone downhill for a while I am glad to say it seems to have rectified itself and is on the mend.
Reviewed 22nd November 2007
Food is good even though there is not much of a selection but the service is very slow and not very friendly.