lovely, vintage coffee house, seems to do a good range of lunch specials and savoury food. But we went for cake and coffee and it was delicious, service was very pleasant
Came in here with my dad for some brunch and it was just perfect! Really excellent service, very pleasant and relaxed atmosphere and most importantly delicious food! Definitely will head back here again, it's just perfect for Saturday morning brunch!
The place has character, I'll give you that. Still, Twinings tea and cranberry juice from the supermarket are not exactly what you would expect from "the oldest tea house in Cork"...
My husband and I visited Cork over the June bank holiday and came cross Fellini Cafe by pure luck. My husband had mushroom and cashel blue cheese soup with homemade brown bread, which was delicious. This was followed by homemade pâté, toast and an interesting side salad, as well as a smoked salmon platter - all of which were superb.... More
I've travelled well, I also enjoy my food. Finally, I'm a tough audience and will find fault if there is a fault to find. Fellinis, then. I have never had a sandwich so good. It beats the salt beef sandwich from Katz Deli or Selfridges, a Philly-cheese steak, any open smorgasbord and even my own mothers tomato sandwiches I lived... More
Went there on Sunday 19th May beautiful Tea Room, great friendly staff, beautiful fresh cakes, tried the Tunisian orange Cake best ever. Highly recommend and great atmosphere
While walking a side street in Cork, we came across Fellini...a strange, yet charming cafe. My macchiato and cake were very good. The display of other cakes made me want to back for more. My wife loved her soup...butternut squash and carrot with coriander. Great little spot on a cold day.
Lunch special of spiced beef with balanced flavours of sweet/sour red cabbage, horse radish and tender thick corned beef was exceptional! This should be permanently on the menu. The home made sausage roll with chutney was also very good.
Had lunch with 2 friends while on a visit to Cork. All 3 of the dishes were superb. I chose the special of spiced beef with red cabbage, it was to be served on ciabatta, which I didn't want, the waitress offered brown bread which was home made and toasted, worked really well. One of my friends had mushroom soup... More
We went to Fellini's for an afternoon pit stop, we were drawn by the sign out side declaring it is the oldest tearoom in Cork. We had tea & coffee with a couple of slices of cake. the tea & coffee were good, but the cake slightly disappointing. Out waiter did not know what was in the chocolate cake, but... More
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