333 El Camino Real, Millbrae, CA 94030
Phone: (650) 697-3049
Fax Number: (650) 697-3049
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
I can not believe the bad review listed! Must be an Englishman/woman. This establishment has received many awards as to their food, drink, environment. The atsophimier is truly Irish & the clientele is very welcoming and sincere. Truly a family atsophimier. Truly Irish!!!
11/02/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Fiddlers Green in Millbrae is a nice place to bring your family and friends for a casual lunch or dinner. I come here all the time for the fish and chips or shepards pie. My friends like to choose from the specials - at night they have a prime rib special and a fresh seafood special that my friends love. They make their own Irish brown bread and soda bread. The staff are very friendly and most all of them have an Irish accent. This is a very authentic Irish restaurant, some nights while staying longer after dinner, I enjoy an Irish coffe and listen to the Irish music. The other great thing about this place is that if you are traveling ,it is so close to the airport and the bart station, both are only minutes away - I always go there before a flight - so much cheaper than eating and drinking at the airport. I highly recommend this spot - casual and clean and the staff are super nice,
08/14/2007Provided by Citysearch -
This place looks charming, but I will never go back. I visited twice, and twice upon entering I was greeted with a stench that was worse than any college bar you could walk into. It was far worse than just stale beer, it was putrid. You can get a good Guinness here once you get past the stink, but the food is terrible. The first time, I had one of my favorite Irish staples, Shepherd's Pie and it had tomato in the gravy which is supposed to be beef based. It wasn't beefy flavored at all, just terrible. The second time I had another Irish staple, Fish and Chips. With my first bite of fish I could smell ammonia, i.e. spoiled fish. There were 4 pieces on the plate, I took a bite of each, and the first 3 tasted of ammonia. Terrible. Then the bill came, and they over-charged me. Add a cup of soup to your meal, the menu says it costs $3, but they charged me $4. Bottom line, if you want a smelly pub, with bad food, that over-charges you - then this is the place for you.