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“Well worth the wet hike.”
Review of Mullichain Cafe

Mullichain Cafe
Ranked #1 of 1 Restaurants in St Mullins
Certificate of Excellence
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Good for: Families with children
Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
Description: We run a sweet little Coffee Shop on The Banks of The River Barrow in St Mullins.There is seating both inside and out and we provide waitress service.Our Menu provides a selection of Salads Prawn and Crab,Hummis and Chicken liver Pate plus many more.Pizza,Wraps,Ciabatta with wonderful fresh fillings. Emer is our in house baker and she has a large selection home baking, Apple tarts and Chocolate Brownies to name but a few. This is a wonderful place to wile away the day walking or cycling by the river.Martin Emer and Mark would like to invite you to share our little bit of Heaven
Reviewed October 21, 2013

After a long wet walk from Graiguemanagh to St Mullins , I arrived wet and hungry , the staff did every thing to help us dry off , good choice of lunch food , keanly priced , pleasant sourrounds, well worth a visit.

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Thank Rory G
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Reviewed October 7, 2013

We were stopping in the Old Grain Store self catering accommodation, which adjoins The Mullichain Cafe, so we had plenty of opportunity for snacks and lunches. The cappuccinos were perfect, unlike the milky coffee at cappuccino prices served in so many other places. The home made cakes were exquisite - presented with cream and fresh fruit, which were not really necessary given the high quality of the baking. The gnocchi with three different sauces and salad were delicious and something just a little different for lunch. There is riverside seating, several tables in the downstairs internal area and comfortable casual seating upstairs, adjacent to the children's play area. Free wi-fi is available and the staff are friendly, efficient and helpful. All that and the opportunity for a lovely riverside walk from the doorstep.

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Thank Aileen P
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Reviewed September 12, 2013

Staying close to Inistoige we decided on a small tour of the area and St Mullins came on our radar as a pleasant place to stop. Driving into the village you see that it is really attractive and following the signs down past the motte and bailey to the Mullichain cafe we thought we might be on to a winner. Sitting literally on the banks of the river the old grain store now houses the cafe and some self catering accomodation. There is a simple enough menu and as we were arriving later in the afternoon we only ordered a sandwich and some pate with toast. Absolutely fresh and delicious. The pate was home made and beautiful, smooth and with great taste. It was accompanied by a really fresh and tasty salad. You got a sense that, on observing the other dishes being served, that all the food would be good. It is a cosy place with inside and bank side seating. There is loads of touring information available and really freindly chat from the owner. Overall it is a place to go back to and enjoy the river paths before rewarding yourself with a stop here.

1  Thank daithm
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Reviewed August 16, 2013

Arriving for a late lunch in a large group of 17 canoeists we were made most welcome and had our orders fulfilled nearly all at once. The soup and wheaten bread are of an extremely high quality. The setting of this converted barn is like something out of a Hollywood Movie interpretation of Ireland.

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1  Thank Carnalbanagh
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Reviewed June 27, 2013

On a fine day the view is idyllic, overlooking the river Barrow close to its tidal limits, the river walk is the best I've found in Ireland along a well maintained towpath, but before the walk food and coffee, had anti-pasta, which was a combo of meats and cheese plus. At €9 was a little pricey, could have done with some other bread as a filler. staff were delightful. but what made the visit memorable was the setting. has to be seen to be believed. area has huge history, though nowadays past glories have left ruins of grandeur and dilapidated flower mills.though in truth they add to the view. Graiguenamanagh is a walk of 7Km. along the tow paths. a number of cuttings and locks all well maintained add to the view. Graiguenamanagh itself is well worth a visit.
delighted with our visit. will return.

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Thank gillkeithClonmel
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