Our boss took us out for an early St. Patty's Day lunch today. We went to the Fiddler's Green pub in Millbrae. I'm definitly no expert on Irish food. I might have had corned beef two other times in my life. So my opinion is strictly from an casual observer point of view. I had the corned beef sandwich, other dining mates had shepard's pie and corned beef and cabbage. I found the beef to be really good. It's lean and flavorful, not dried out or too fatty. I didn't have a taste of the other items, but the pie looked to be just mashed potatos piled on some ground meat mixture. It didn't have a baked golden crust that I thought shepard's pie is suppose to have. But both dining mates proclaimed it to be delicious.
A few others in the restaurant were having fish and chips. It looked and smelled really good. Maybe next time I'll give them a try.