Atmosphere is "daytime chic" as my partner described it. Lots of art on the walls, placemats and elsewhere add an eclectic feel. I found it a bit... well I felt a bit out of place in jeans with backpack in tow. Food was delicious, we both had open face sandwiches and seafood chowder. Pricing was a bit above average but in keeping with the high quality. The place was about half full within ten minutes of opening so that speaks highly of it I would say. Given the size of Cashel, and the proximity to "The Rock of Cashel" I can't imagine why you wouldn't at least check out the menu here unless you are strapped for cash. Well worth it. Only complaint was that the servers didn't really come around again one you got your food. I'm not sure if you are expected to flag them down or what but me being shy I ate my frites with salt and vinegar rather than flag down a waitress for some ketchup or mayo, or more of the curry sauce from my sandwich as I had hoped. My own fault for not piping up I suppose, but it wasn't obvious to me what the protocol was.
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