Dublin Castle Neighbourhood Grill – Pot Pies and Poutine
If you’re looking for a quaint little pub that serves up some good eats, you only have to drop by the old BC Penitentiary Guard House located in New West. As I mentioned on my last visit to Dublin Castle, it’s a little difficult finding this place if you’ve never been here before but it’s worth the trip.
I love the flaky pastry crust on the hot Chicken Pot Pie ($13.99). We added a cup of Chicken Corn Chowder to the meal for an additional $1.50. If you come here, you can’t go wrong with one of their pies (both the Shepherd’s Pie and the Steak and Guinness Pie are great too).
I picked the Ye Old Irish Beef Dip ($10.99) that was piled high with lots of shaved beef and a touch of horseradish mayo (that wasn’t very strong). I added the Poutine Fries to my meal for an additional $2.99.
While there were no curds in the poutine, there was plenty of melted shredded cheese and topped with a salty but addictive Guinness gravy.
I just wish there was more places like this in our neighbourhood.
319 Governors Court
New Westminster, BC
Posted on February 11, 2013, in Irish, Pub, Restaurant Review and tagged Beef Dip, Chicken Pot Pie, Food, Irish, New Westminster, Poutine, Pub, restaurant review. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.