Fresh food; excellent flavors. Go there if you're in Sligo, by all means! Gary Stafford is an innovative chef and the baker is French. Classic French pastries and desserts.
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Wonderful cafe for Lunch/Brunch, enjoyed great cooking .Soups to die for , glorious breads , wish we had a similar cafe in Limerick. This is a must stop off point if visiting Sligo, this beautiful cafe has it all style, ambiance and most of all...More
Gary is a great chef and his food is amazing. You simply don't get a lunch menu like this in any other cafe that we know. It is our must go to destination for lunch every time we go to Sligo.
Absolutely love this restaurant for breakfast or lunch. Different dishes every day and everything so tasty and fresh. Especially love the lamb shanks and the chicken pies. Garlic potatoes are out of this world. And even the vegetable soup is the nicest veg soup I've...More
We spent a lovely afternoon in the tea room upstairs. The food was great, the staff very friendly and a great atmosphere. The cafe was not full as we landed after lunch but there was still a great range of food to choose. I enjoyed...More
We were enticed in to Lyons by the cakes and pastries on display in their shop and found our way upstairs to the tea room proper. There was a super array of salads on display as well as scones, cookies etc. but we were disappointed...More
I used to visit Lyons Café as a child with my mother while shopping . Now I'm pleased to see this wonderful institution has carried on and been updated into a fantastic Tea Room /restaurant. There is a fantastic array of food and drink on...More
Went here for late breakfast. Had french toast with rashers. It was a nice size portion but i thought the bread was slightly dry. Lovely atmosphere though and the range of food for lunch and desserts looked amazing.