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To be honest we nearly drove by Sid's but we're glad we didn't...very understated premises...maybe a bigger sign at the entrance and a different signage over the door...sorry but when you're in the sign business you notice these things...🙂
However we are greeted by a...very pleasant young girl who showed us to our table outside..socially disanced and spotless...
She returned promptly and informed us of the dishes on the board..to numerous to type here.
We opted for the Honey bacon and chicken gougeons with mash and veg...two cokes and water..
All was delivered within what seemed like only 5 minutes...
My bacon dish was very well presented with mash ,cabbage ,carrot and turnip all piping hot...as was the chicken dish.....one thing though..a small jug of grave might be offered...
My friend said his chicken pieces were the nicest he'd ever had and I agreed..the light batter/breadcrumbs were so tasty and not overpowering the chicken...
We decided to try a dessert, apple pie and trifle.....again excellent... I nearly couldn't finish my trifle.but managed anyway...😁
Two teas to finish and we were stuffed.
It's such a pleasure to find somewhere nice to eat when you're in unfamiliar places and not go for the usual McD's or pizza....
Proper food served by caring staff..
When the bill arrived we thought they had undercharged us but no...just good value for money.....
There's a lot of places that could learn from Sid's Diner....
Can't wait to return...More
Useful stopping point when passing through New Ross. This diner is situated outside the town, has easy parking around two sides and is very accessible.
We had some paninis and chips and all was good- nice lunch meal before hitting the road.
Simple food, quick...and helpful staff. Overall just what you need on the way past this part of town.More
Feeling peckish near New Ross, Co Wexford, Ireland ? Pop into SID's Diner on the edge of town (Northside) ...delicious hot food ~ wide variety -~ freshly cooked ~ very tempting ! Decided on delicious sandwich ~ handmade and toasted to perfection! Yummmmmeeeeeeee!!!
Have to say was very disappointed. We are on holidays in wexford and was touring the sites in new ross. We stopped here to have a cuppa before visiting dunbrody. Because we were not having dinner the staff member was not interested. I was told..."what if we get busy". Now I understand the situation if there was a queue waiting but plenty of empty tables. We would have left at least 30 euro and would have been gone in about 20 mins. In a time when people are craving business I thought it was very rude.More
Went here last month with my family to say I was disappointed is an under statement.first of all we had our orders taken by an older lady with black curly hair who I presumed was the manager/owner she was very rude and had no patience...while my kids where deciding what to eat after we sat down we waited 32 minutes for our food to be brought to the table my lasagna was hard from being left in the heat so long my kids sausages had Defo been cooked well before they where served and they had shriveled up and my husbands panini was stone cold inside and as I complained about this the lady who took my order basically told me there was nothing wrong with the food and was soooo rude to me about it and then she went and gave out to the waitress about it even though the waitress wasn’t the one who was looking after our table she was. I actually taught the waitress looked like she was going to cry because of the way the lady spoke to her I will never return to this place again and even after I made the complaint I could see all the staff behind the counter talking about us and in the end I left without finishing my food as I felt like all eyes of the staff where on me after I made a complaint..people shouldn’t be made feel that they have done something wrong just because sids diners food is not up to standardMore
Ordered food here recently and the waitress was very rude and had a bad attitude. The food was poor and we were never offered a drink. I certainly will not be returning anytime soon and I wouldn’t recommend this diner to anyone else either.
Very polite staff, premises equipped for work men, and industrial types, lots of traveling sales men, construction workers.
Have a very varied menu, salads, lasagnes, chicken, potatoes, veg, full breakfasts.
Very cheap, good honest food. It even does decaf coffee. Nice busy little place. Good...parking, good toilet facilities. Nice American decor Licence plates all over the restaurants. And retro metal posters.