I hadn't been to the Farmgate in a while but wanted a good lunch and remembered their wonderful stew. I had the lamb stew and the meat was so tender - truly delicious.
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It's a great location, looking down on the busy shoppers and tourists passing through the English Market in Cork. But it is relatively expensive and the queue moves slowly and some of the staff have long forgotten how to smile and be polite, such a...More
It may sound like a cliche but all a restaurant really needs to do is to serve consistently good food prepared from quality locally sourced produce. The Farmgate restaurant however goes way beyond this basic requirement. Firstly their selection of produce is meticulous, only local...More
I loved the idea that they take their ingredients for that day from the fresh goods downstairs. When you go up to the restaurant you will either go left to the "seated " area of the restaurant or to the right where people grap and...More
Fascinating location on the top offerte The English market. Daily good food based on market availability. Limited selection : 4-5 dishes for each corse. Delightful meze with vari cheese and cured meat, accompaigned with jam, pickles and nuts. Interesting white tripe (at home we prepare...More
Just had a brilliant bacon roll and tea here. The bacon was thick and full of flavour, and probably the best I have eaten. Great quality. Hubby had the cooked Irish breakfast and really enjoyed it.
Wonderful restaurant located upstairs from the famous market. One side is self-serve the other wait service. Try and get a table on the balcony so you can overlook the action below.
This is so special, on the first floor of the beautiful English Market you'll find tche farmgate café. A very good place for a coffee stop with something sweet (or savoury). I had the plum/pistachecake and it was soooooo delicious! I highly recommand it.
Decided to lunch here the day after Storm Ophelia hit Ireland. We were advised that there was no catch of the day due to the storm the previous day. When I mentioned that there were oysters downstairs in the market I was helpfully advised that...More