Unfortunatly we did not eat there properly but the food looked delicious and the stuff was more than friendly! Also the atmosphere is great! Definitely recommend it!
Visited this lovely eating place on Thursday 5th Dec. On stepping in you immediately feel the warm welcoming atmosphere. The menu was varied and exciting and when ordered was presented beautifully. The food was of the highest quality and cooked to perfection. We were tempted into sharing a beautiful lemon tart which finished the meal off perfectly. The lady who... More
I ate here with 3 colleagues - all of our food was delicious, even though they were busy the service was good. Would definitely recommend. Only minus point was about consistency - my colleagues ordered calamari 2 days in a row, one day it was a small bowl and the next day is was a much larger portion served on... More
My husband and I stumbled on this place; what a great find. Great food, good for vegans. Highly recommended.
We ordered the soup of the day which was tomatoe soup served with brown bread, a goat cheese salad and hake with vegetables and potatoes. As a dessert we had the apple pie with icecream, everything was delicious and the service was very polite and attentive. Don't miss it!
Walking along Quay looking for somewhere to have dinner, and spotted Venison Stew on the outside board and couldn't resist it. Great ambiance, small and crowded, but somehow you just felt cozy, not cramped, and it was easy to tell that everyone was having a positive experience. We had Guinness with the Venison stew, which paired wonderfully. We also had... More
We called one busy winters Sunday afternoon to this cosy little restaurant on Quay Street. The menu was somewhat unusual but very tempting and for someone like me, who is an 'animal eater' ,I was strangely taken by the Tofu fingers on the menu. They were terrific, served with a crisp salad and French fries. A very reasonably priced bottle... More
Very busy small restaurant. Great ambience and nice staff. For me the best meal ive had in 6 days in Ireland. Both the Chowder and Calamari were the best. Main courses of mussels and seabass were also great and the wine was good. Its not expensive by any means. As its so busy I'd recommend booking if u hav time... More
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