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Posted by Chicago gal on 02/15/2014
This local pub is one of our favorites, not just a local hangout as many of us from surrounding burbs make this a frequent trek. This little Scottish pub has beer and ales for everyone, a good menu of traditional Scots comfort foods with fish and chips that are some of the best in the city. A fairly extensive list of single malt whiskys for the wee dram or a choice of several sampling flights, offer some of the best of Caledonia.
Posted by Widow on 01/17/2012
Fabulous fish and chips. Epic scotch collection and my waitress was extremely knowledgable...so much that her two selections were far more akin to my taste buds than the one I chose. This place is a keeper and my new hang out and all this after just one visit. My buddy loved his sandwich, tattie skins and his scotch so much that he was going to buy a bottle of it ASAP. This place is awesome.
Posted by Cooper on 01/29/2011
I felt the atmosphere and wait staff was helpful and friendly, however, this does not make up for lousy food. I had their specialty-fish/chips. The peas were hard as a rock, the fries were hard and too salty, and the fish was beyond greasy. The waiter was surprised I didn't want more. Don't waste or your time to go to this place.
Posted by Waitress with the Mostess on 05/03/2007
Great fish 'n' chips and pretty tasty burgers. The small selection of beers on tap are always unusual and quite tasty -- try the stout! And seriously, you've got to sit out in the patio. The bartender, Mike, puts a lot into it and it shows. Leafy greenery, quiet, and candle-lit. Romantic and fun, great for pre-movie dates.