What I don't like is the fact that the good Scotch is found upstairs. So everytime I want to have a decent drink I have to hike upstairs and then walk all the way down to sit with my friends. Sure it's not too bad if you get a seat upstairs, but reading the other reviewers, you can tell this place gets packed and easier said then done. Not to mention that it's a bit harder after your 5th drink.
Can't comment on the food as I usually eat in the many nearby restaurants
Definitely packs out - especially on Friday nights and often before a sporting event at the SFS or SCG. Not in the direct line from the train station to the grounds, but the pub is good enough to de-tour for those in the know.
Drink prices fall into the above average, but for an above average pub, that's fair enough. I personally wouldn't come here to watch sport, as though there are a lot of tvs around, there are also plenty of 'dead zones'. Much better for couples to hide-out in these spots, then to sit down and watch sport.
Give this place a go, if nearby