On impulse we recently headed down to St. Mullins and the river to have a lunch in the Mullichain. They seem to specialise in good weather down there as the sun was shining and the river sparkling and lots of people were enjoying the day out. A table was found for us and one of us had a delicious leek and potato soup, Then one had the charcuterie and the other a prawn and crab sandwich ,open, on delicious bread. Martin was there and amiable and welcoming as ever-giving credit to his son for the fine soup and to his wife for the great baking. We shared a delicious coconut slice to finish and were very pleased. Lovely fresh food at a very reasonable price. So much so that one of us arrived back with a friend the following day! Martin's son, he of the delicious soup! was outside as we emerged and is every bit as affable as his dad. There was a poster up re the place being closed on mondays but not for bank Holidays and we were attempting to refigure it so that it was less confusing. The thing is they are closed on Mondays but open for bank holiday mondays! I hope I have that correct as I'd hate to deprive anybody of the pleasure of eating at the Mullichain cafe!
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