Very friendly service with a nice selection of food. The burgers were very good. A good spot to take the family.
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Have eaten here a few times for lunch and breakfast. Food is really good, plenty of veggie options which is great for me. The cooked breakfast is fab, big portions and a great Ulster fry! The chips are fantastic in particular! We intend to become...More
Have eaten here a number of times. The menu is fine & it attracts a lot of families & regulars. I recommend the seafood chowder with homemade brown bread, you can have a smaller portion as a starter or a larger one as a main....More
Went to this cafe twice. After a long drive from belfast, a sumptuous seafood chowder is such a Bliss. Big chunks of seafood and the freshest. Price is very reasonable for the quality of food. And oh the steak baguette is a must try too....More
Called in for tea/coffee and a slice of something sweet. No staff appeared fir a while but eventually a lady came and told us to sit and look at the menu on the table. We ordered and the food came quickly - the apple tart...More
as we love road trips, and exploring everything on the way, and both of us being foodies:), its paramount that we keep an eye out for hidden gems, Toni's is definitely one, though not a hidden gem, as its on the main street, this eatery...More
Ate here with the hubby absolutely dreadful we had steak banquets bread was stale steak was just grizzle no chips served with it .It was tasteless never again
Had breakfast here recently. Lovely friendly waitress. Place was clean & bright. Lots of people in & out for breakfasts or coffee and scones while we were there. The breakfasts were good, freshly cooked & well presented. My only issue, and it is minor, is...More
We were delighted with our lovely meals. Cooked to perfection in a short time with excellent service. Don't let the low key exterior fool you, this is top quality, at reasonable prices. A must for anyone hungry for good food.