After traveling three weeks in the UK a bit of clean nourishing food was much needed - this cafe was delicious !
What a delight to have such a choice of salads. A very welcome break after the Blasket Islands. This little cafe is easy to miss as the entrance is small and a passer-by might not think there was a delightful garden at the back. Once through the passageway the cafe opens up with a brilliantly inventive range of salads. Like... More
I had a fantastic smoothie here one morning, nice friendly staff, cute restaurant! Definitely worth a stop in, nice garden out back to enjoy the lovely Irish weather!
The Cúl Gairdín special salad is nourishment for a traveller who has overdosed on bread and fries whilst travelling and needs an injection of healthy, filling and attractive food. This sets me up for the day. Don't be in a hurry when you go here. Prices are standard for Dingle.
Down a long and dark passageway lurks Cul Gairdin but don't be afraid it's well worth the trip! The curry and stir fry were excellent and were served by a delightful young lady. A quirky little gem of a restaurant that seems to be overlooked by visitors eager for seafood and steak. Highly recommended.
We enjoyed the variety of the beverages served here (was great to get a smoothie). The patio out in the back is quite lovely when the sun is shining - a nice little Oasis. Prices were a bit on the high side, but the quality of the food is very good.
For nine bucks and fifty cents I got a stormer of a veg stir fry with noodles - wholsome goodness for excellent value, the ingredients are first class
Super healthy and very yummy food ! Delicious , specially prepared Salads with large variety of raw foods etc..Amazing homebaked cakes ,scones ,bread- best coffee in Dingle - Vitamin loaded fresh pressed Power Drinks and fancy Smoothies! And when the sun shines and you sit in that ' Back Garden' ( that's the translation for the Irish word Cul Gairdin... More
We almost didn't go to this little cafe. It's down a long hall and was dark and empty when we poked our heads in; not exactly inviting but we were tired and hungry. We were glad we stayed. The food is fresh and healthy; terrific soups and salads. My husband had tuna crepes with sweet corn and yoghurt; sounds odd... More
I loved our trip to Ireland, but after a week on the road I couldn't eat another chip or more fish! I was craving some vegetarian fare so I asked Jean at our hotel, Dingle Bay Hotel, where we could find a lunch that was heavy on the veggies. She suggested Cul Gairdin, and it was exactly what I was... More
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