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Currently owned by a musician about to retire. A one person operation. He lived in India for a few decades but it barely influences his food. No meat except fish. Very small 4 tables. One is for eight tho.
We visited with two young children. The service was prompt and friendly and the atmosphere was very relaxed. The food was good and not expensive. Would certainly recommend it for a quick lunch or snack!
Situated along a narrow passageway we came upon the Wrens Nest. Very nice atmosphere and a back garden to sit outside in. The coffee was nice but the oatcake was not as fresh as the waitress would have us believe. Friendly staff and relaxing spot...More
We stopped in Dingle for a quick lunch en route from Tralee to Slea head via Conor pass and Pedlars. 9 of us so good to get table together. Inexpensive however portion sizes small - no sides of any kind with omelettes,1 slice of bread...More
Stopped here for lunch on TripAdvisor reviews. Yes it’s very relaxing and quaint however the choice of food is limited as is the seating.
I had quiche and salad. The quiche was micro wave heated and not all the way thru. The salad was lettuce,...More
My wife and I had spent a wonderful hour in this lovely cafe. The garden is a tranquil antidote to a lot of the money grubbing Dingle establishments and I couldn't get over how reasonable the prices were. We both had delightfully tasty omelettes and...More