In all my visits here I have not one complaint about the food. It is always been to a very good and tasty standard. Service can be hit or miss though, but I do enjoy the cafe's quirkyness.
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Me and my partner come here often for breakfast and have never been disappointed! Our favourite lately is the meat feast omelet! The staff are always friendly and provide a great atmosphere and service! Love the decor also! One of my favourite coffee shops in Belfast!
We popped into this little café after reading the review in the Local Newspaper and the fact that they used our local butcher was an added bonus. We have driven past this almost daily and never thought to stop but I'm glad we did. My husband and I had the Mini Fry which consisted of one of each of the... More
Nice place, lovely staff, great coffee and lunches. Also great for breakfast and brunch. Kid-friendly but equally nice for a quiet coffee and scone.
Had a great lunch, an Ulster Fry, then we went for more, Pancakes Nutella and Banana. It was a main course so we shared. Lovely finishing and decor, a real rustic feel, traditional cups and saucers for my tea. Staff were attentive, service prompt and excellent value. Not hidden away by no means on the Newtownards Road but could be... More
Happened upon this cafe with a morning hunger that only a fry could satisfy. Glad I did. Quirky surroundings with mismatched furniture and various nik naks adorn the walls. Surprisingly roomy (seems small from out front) with a delightful garden out back. Has a real homely feel to it. Fry was very tasty, not greasy and the sausage stood out... More
My wife and I were staying at the Ibis hotel in the city center, about 2 mi. from the Lindores. We opted out of taking a taxi and the the trek was definitely worth it. It is basically a straight shot once out of the city center. The atmosphere is an adorable old Irish home adorned with antiques and flowers.... More
Have heard about Lindores from friends and relatives, and was out and about on Sunday looking for something to eat and called in, the atmosphere was very relaxed and the food and treats were delicious. Will definitely be back again.
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