Grogans and Nannie Murphys Sea Food and Steak Bar restaurant
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Reviewed 27th June 2015 (visited 2 May 2015 )
Top Class, Just Top Class. We couldn't have asked for better. Large portions, friendly service, great choices. 4 of drove from Laois to experience this fabulous restaurant. Well worth the drive. Going again soon. Lovely conversation with the owner. Many thanks again. Keep it up. Especially the generous portion size. A +++
Reviewed 21st February 2015 (visited 20 February 2015 )
What a great restaurant in the heart of glasson village. Great tasting food and great staff well worth a visit
Reviewed 04th January 2012 (visited 4 January 2012 )
Grogans is located in a village which makes it inaccessible, there maybe a carpark but there were no obvious signs. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly due mainly to the staff. The restaurant is split into two areas, the lower level by the entrance is very cramped, and is uncomfortable, making intimate dinner for two unromantic. The upper level is more spacious and suitable for bigger groups. We ordered the garlic mushrooms and oysters, they were fine and fresh. The mains were steaks cooked perfectly to our liking. Our waiter was very attentive and fast. In summary the food was good and the whole experience was pleasant and a definite recommendation to friends.
Reviewed 01st September 2011 (visited 25 August 2011 )
My bf and I attended a wedding in Glasson and of course, I was too busy dolling myself up to eat anything before the service. So, we nipped in afterwards for a quick bite. We shared a cajun chicken salad, deep fried brie and smoked salmon on brown bread. The food is really nice and tasty. The waitresses were very attentive and relaxed. Will definitely call in again when I'm passing through.
Reviewed 13th January 2011 (visited 29 December 2010 )
Excellent food. The menu is quite scattered you may choose from one menu then come across another page with specials. There are lots of enticing dishes. The homemade burger on the potato cake with peppar sauce was the most comforting dish that I had tasted while eating out in a long time. Very attentive and friendly service, the waitress on duty made sure that everything was ok. This is something which a lot of restaurants don't bother to do anymore. The people of Glasson village and surrounds are so lucky to have so many good places to eat.
Reviewed 20th June 2010 (visited 20 June 2010 )
The food in Grogan's is top notch but where it falls down is that if you are sitting up the back(nanny murphy's part) it's fine but if you are sitting anywhere else then you are eating your food in a pub and it then becomes very expensive pub grub.Owner is also a bit abrupt.
Reviewed 17th June 2010 (visited 11 June 2010 )
Was in Grogans with a largeish group recently. Its grand, but nothing spectacular - spare ribs to start, and I had a ham shank which was fine, but nothing to write home about. The key here seems to be size of the portions, they are huge, which is not something I'm a fan of. At €25 a head for something that resembles a pub carvery this wasn't great value for money at all.
Reviewed 01st January 2010 (visited 29 December 2009 )
Was looking forward to eating here,taxi driver raved about it,heard before hand it was good,and locals seemed to frequent it also. First impression ,it was freezing,men were sitting at tables eating with big overcoats on,a small fire was lit and couple in front of it also had there coats on,staff member then opened an outer door and blasted us out of it,i closed it and as i did so read the sign stating to keep door closed,my partner asked a member of staff about heat and she was quiet rude,other staff were pleasant,i ordered chicken ,was told it was a crown however it was in fact a tiny crown,it was approx 65euro for two,i would not return
Reviewed 08th July 2010 (visited 12 June 2010 )
Great food, prompt service, reasonable value- what more could you ask for!?.