The Old Oak Pub restaurant
113 Oliver Plunkett Street, Cork City
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Reviewed 20th May 2019 (visited 19 May 2019 )
Treated absolutely disgracefully while being designated driver for my friends.
Reviewed 08th May 2011 (visited 19 April 2011 )
called in for a bite to eat with my little sis, town was jammers. Good deal sandwich/wrap and a tea for a €5. However, the salads looked a little tired and there was a nice film forming on the mayo... mmm! I ordered a wrap, half way through the making the guy serving decisder to order down some coleslaw, didn't take off the gloves when using the phone... and continued making my wrap. Didn't put me totally off but knew i wouldn't return! The wrap was served with a little side salad, some greens that by the time made it to the palte were brown. Unfortuante..
Reviewed 11th February 2010 (visited 12 February 2009 )
went here for lunch its has got to be one of the best if not the best value in cork everything about it was great food and staff everything 10/10
Reviewed 09th February 2010 (visited 6 February 2010 )
This place is fantastic for lunch! I come here all the time on a saturday. Not only is it always so warm and cosy but they offer great value. If you're not that hungry you can get coffee and a muffin for just two euro. They offer larger choices as well such as cold plates, chicken baguettes, soup, toasted sandwiches, chip etc. The best thing is is that you can eat as much or as little as you feel like. Its such a cosy place with couches and real fires around the place. Sometimes on match days it can be noisy but that wont trouble you if you're into sport! Totally recommended!