Good plain food in pleasant surroundings. Although the middies can be a bit of a problem. Will call here again.
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Very meager toasted sandwich at a high price. The coffee was cold and my wife's scone was dry. The only jam offered was rhubarb which she is allergic to.
i was passing through last weekend first weekend of may and stopped by for breakfast. folks were very friendly, food was great and atmosphere was really nice. the lady gave me a coffee on the house because they had ran out of take away cups...More
went with friends on Saturday night for the 10 tastes of the world menu. sort of tapas style, lots of smaller courses, with plently of time to sip wine and talk. we all had an excelletn evening, great food, great variety, great wine and service...More
I have dined in The Connemara Breadbasket on a few occasions now and it has never failed to impress! Their soups and home made breads are truly delicious. The menu is varied with beautifully fresh ingredients. Staff are welcoming and helpful and they create a...More
Had a late breakfast here this afternoon, nursing a hangover from a wedding the night before. The staff were extremely friendly, food was delicious (especially the brown bread) and it was very reasonably priced. We asked for tea for two and we got a massive...More
This cafe/restaurant offers lunches, dinner, and homemade breads and scones. I drive 20 minutes to buy one of the best brown seeded loaves in Ireland and tonight went with friends to dinner. Seafood dishes were brilliant, particularly sauces with soy and ginger or with pesto...More
Chic contemporary cafe / restaurant. Great find. Go just a few minutes further along the road from Kylemore Abbey for a world of friendly welcomes great food and service in an atmosphere of peace and tranquility set amidst beautiful Connemara. Excellent perfection.