we braved the stormy florida weather to find our first adventure. in tow were bryant, lucy, robb, and myself.
we we’re greeted by judy and she was quick to ask if we happened to be in a antique red truck. yes we replied and we knew this first stop was meant to be.
our server, daricca, took over and she had it together from beginning to end. we started with the hearty 18 cent soup. robb went with the traditional fish ‘n’ chips, a lightly battered white fish accompanied by steak fries and a veggie coleslaw that hit the spot. i had the three leaf clover with the spinach salad with bacon vinaigrette (a must have everytime), potato leek bacon soup (yum!), and a half turkey on wheat. the frothy margarita topped off my delicious lunch!
we’ll defenitly be back for another go round and save room for dessert!
Thanks meg o’malley’s for a super first!
MOM certainly lives up to it’s classic reputation as one of melbourne’s favorite eateries!! just walking into the enormous and hospitable environment gets one excited about grabbing a seat and settling in for a while. the kilts on the wait staff were a nice touch too. and the wait staff, fun and engaging.
it was difficult to even make a choice from the extensive and unique menu. i will need to go back!! but, i was completely delighted and satisfied about my order of “meg’s threesome”, which involved potato balls (comforting and filling), sausage rolls (with such great flavor i couldn’t quite put my finger on the delicous spice), and ceilteach cabbage rolls (which have now set in as a craving for me). who doesn’t love corned beef?
i sampled the dishes vanessa mentioned, and all of it was just right! i wish my stomach were bigger just for this place. we didn’t even indulge in the eye drooling drink menu.
i’d take anyone to MOM, knowing we would have a great time and i could sample everyone’s plates again!!!
they pulled the pin on our grenade!!
Meg O’Malley’s Irish Pub and Restaurant