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Local from BlokedomDefinitely re-opened as a full liscence Cafe. Really Good Food and pretty cheap. Nice people run the place !26 Mar 2005
Mikey from Long time area localHas re-opened as a liscenced restauarant. Family staffed and run. Very friendly and good prices for good food.7 Jan 2005
Mike Katz from Kensingtongreat pub, AWESOME food. definately worth a look on sunday arvo and saturday lunch. they have a good set-up, nice and relaxing. not too sporty as the quote up there says, didnt see one sports picture actually....
thanks23 Nov 2004
trent from chippendalewell it has reopened as the thurles cafe and is a good place to go for an afternoon beer, being fully licensed (bottled beer only but reasonable prices and you don't need to order food) and having a quite nice outside courtyard area.15 May 2004
info from venusThis place has been demolished, and is being made in to apartents! :)15 Jul 2003
Dan from RedfernIt's definitely closed and isn't coming back. A good indication is the development proposal on the door for (gasp) apartments!
Yep, what Chippendale really really needs is another apartment development. Far more important than a pub where there wasn't any pokies!23 May 2003
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Thurles Castle is closed at the time of writing (31 Mar 2003) and has been for some time.
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