We were pretty hungry, so Keith started with Pat Mac's Pastrami with poached pears and a roasted hazelnut salad with Crozier Blue vinaigrette. The meat slices were thick and plentiful, and the dish gave him a slight inkling to corned beef, which he'd been craving this entire trip.
I started with something a bit lighter - Half Dozen Oysters with lemon and pickled spaghetti seaweed. The oysters were Sligo native or Dungarvan Hartys, I didn't catch what the server stated as she had both varieties that evening. Regardless, they were very briny and tasted of the cold sea. They paired perfectly with the Gewürztraminer wine I ordered.
Overall, we had a great meal at The Woollen Mills. The buzzing atmosphere carried with us as we walked across the Ha'penny Bridge after dinner to check out the bars on the other side, which had music inviting us in.
Total Rating: 4.18
Food: 4.5, Price: 3.5, Service: 3.5, Ambience: 4, Accessibility: 5