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This place was well worth the stop. David, the owner, and his staff were extremely helpful and polite. The food was excellent, and they offered a great vegan option for my wife. The view and the service were incredible. Save room for dessert because that...More
Stopped here before driving Slea Head and couldn’t have been happier with our lunch choice. The grilled goats cheese was warm, filling, and delicious. My husband read a framed letter from a former patron which was near our table and this person raved about the...More
This is a little hidden gem. We attended a private party there recently and we were delighted with the food and the service. Everyone was very friendly and helpful and the views from it are spectacular. We will definitely be back
This is a wonderful restaurant and café. Run by David and Michelle, their cuisine is of the highest home grown quality and tradition. On a Sunday lunchtime, you will need to come early, as the tables will be full by 1.30. Or stop by on...More
Driving the Dingle Peninsula, the rain began and a coffee (or something warm) was called for. The sign outside said coffee w/baileys in to to-go ... perfect for everyone (exept the driver...). Walked in fully expected to do an in and out but the smell...More