This place was fairly authentic including the waitress that served us. She was really friendly and spoke with the customary Irish accent. The food was good and it came out hot, but it took a while to get to us. I had the fish and chips and it wasn't too bad. Not sure what type of fish it was; there were three narrow fish-stick-esque pieces. My wife had the shrimp and angel hair. She's not a big fan of spices and the shrimp seemed to be cooked in a somewhat cajun style (Irish??) making it spicier than expected. Overall...average.