Garry Tuohy

he cakes on display looked utterly inviting. Unfortunately I couldn't try them all. But I have never visited a Café with such heavy furniture. You will have no fear of accidentally jostling the table and spilling something.
The labels identifying the toilets are hilarious and indicate that someone there really has a sense of humour.
I could quite happily spend the rest of my working days, dialing into work from there and looking out at waves on Galway Bay as light highlights different aspects of The Burren.

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Heather Flaherty
Angel D

Happened upon this delightful place on our way back from a day out west. We will be back! 
Small comfy cafe/ restaurant with friendly staff - all in all a welcome respite from a brisk autumn afternoon. 
The menu has ample choice, lots of healthy options and ones to accommodate dietary needs, definitely something for everyone, all day breakfast options too and the food provenance is listed - quality of local sources was obvious on tasting our meals. Soup, a toastie & salad, and steaming bowl of seafood chowder more than filled us - so much so the tasty baked goods at the counter had to remain just there. Next time we'll ensure to bring bigger appetites!! :-)

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Paul Cotter
RobynLJ

Lovely little cafe set in amongst a collection of boutique artisan shops. Well worth a browse and then a coffee/tea or meal at the cafe. Food was fresh and lots of options. Fresh cinnamon buns were delicious

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Paul Cotter
Ger Foley

Food was tasty agus an -bhlasta ar fad! Hot chocolate the best I have yet to taste! A truly lovely experience; friendly Irish warm homely space. We will visit again next time we are in Galway.

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Paul Cotter