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Irish, European, Cafe
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Vegetarian Friendly
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Breakfast, Lunch, Brunch
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Reviewed 16 November 2021

Filled roll a misnomer worthy of false advertising badge.! The miserly overpriced offerings may well be best thing to happen spervalu deli across the road. Charged a hefty 5.50e for what was essentially a portion of crusty baguette with most pitiful excuse of cheese salad...filings... The girl serving was lovely but I'm sure the mask covered embarassed grimace given paltry roll. Can only suggest avoid, or if you enjoy the bread which admittedly is tasty- order takeaway baguette and hit deli in Musgrave multiple across road for block of cheese, a tomatoe, head of lettuce and soend the remaining change on a bag of crisps/cup if tea. Won't be backMore

Date of visit: November 2021
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Reviewed 26 January 2021 via mobile

Selling old produce at a premium price: Bakeries are known for their fresh produce and with hassets branding itself as an artisan bakery should be ashamed for selling old stale produce. I arrived Monday morning, expecting the best and freshest bakes. I ordered a sausage...roll, 2 danishes and a honeycomb cheese cake. The sausage roll I believe was around 4e, it was clearly more than 2 days old, stale pastry and dried sausage meat. Clearly not up to a bakeries standard of selling fresh food. And tasted like lemons, so I’m assuming it was sitting next to some lemon dessert in the fridge for some time. Honeycomb cheesecake was about 15e, looked amazing but the base was that of a dessert made 2-3 days ago, the crumb base has lost its freshness, was not crumbly nor buttery, so I would safely assuming no real butter used in the base but margarine, charging premium price while using cheaper ingredients. We did not finish the cake on the Monday, but the following day the cake had already began to spoil, still edible but started tasting a bit sour. The two danishes where fresh thank goodness, nice light and crispy pastry as one would expect from a bakery. Seems like hassets has lost it’s heart when it comes to many of the bakers values, freshness and quality. Seems they’ve focused more on the commercial end having established a name for themselves and lost the true artisan way. Real pity.More

Date of visit: January 2021
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Reviewed 21 August 2020

I went for lunch with some friends and the waitress was extremely rude and surly. It was impossible to get a smile from her and despite many efforts she remained quite obviously to us all in the group. The food was fine. Just sandwiches and...I think a quiche. Drinks were mixed up and delayed which was a little disappointing as it was not a complicated order and not particularly busy. The prices are high for what you get here.More

Date of visit: August 2020
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Reviewed 18 July 2020 via mobile

Shocked at how overpriced the food is and can’t help but notice the quality is deteriorating. Taking advantage of the lack of competition in the town by over charging customers for food that is of poor quality. The staff are usually rude, dismissive and unhappy...which could indicate there is a negative relationship with management. The place has potential to be great again but can’t mask it’s greedy strive for profit these days.More

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed 12 January 2020

Visited today with my sister and two young nieces for the first time as we were passing through Carrigaline. We were first told although soup is on the menu they don’t have any on a Sunday . My niece ordered pancakes which were delicious and...I had a spicy sausage roll which I really enjoyed but the food is not my issue. Although the staff were pleasant they were not friendly and I wasn’t greeted with a hello or any pleasantry at all. I am a waitress myself and have been for many years and couldn’t believe the lack of service from such a well established name. We were half way through our meal before the water we had ordered when we arrived was brought to the table. I then watched as a Member of staff picked a bowl of salad from the deli area and began to sniff what was inside to see if it was fresh I imagine?(We were seated in the booth directly across from the deli). A family of 5 with young children then walked in (at 14.40) and were told they could not order pancakes from the menu as it was now just cake and coffee as they closed at 4 O’clock , I understand how frustrating it can be when you’re beginning to close and wind down especially on a Sunday but not to accommodate a family with kids and with over an hour to go? I was disappointed to witness that. Finally as I approached the till to pay a young man was ahead of me and asked for a wrap and was told the sandwiches were finished although the deli was still full , the girl behind the counter agreed to make him one but then when giving him the sandwich informed he had until 15.15 because they would then be closing the seating area...I know if that was me I would have felt very uncomfortable After paying for my lunch and too be made feel like I Couldn’t enjoy it because I had a time frame. When I was paying I then met another member of staff who was lovey and pleasant and asked me if I enjoyed my food , which I did. It wasn’t a very enjoyable place to eat my lunch on a Sunday and I wouldn’t rush back. The staff I came in contact with didn’t seem very confident.More

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed 17 November 2019 via mobile

Just finished one of the best Irish breakfasts I've ever had, the black and white pudding were excellent, thoroughly recommend and would definitely come back. Staff are friendly and welcoming too. Thank you

Date of visit: November 2019
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Reviewed 4 November 2019 via mobile

Recently visited Hassets for weekend brunch. Service was sloppy. Very slow and they clearly have no system of table numbering, because the server had to walk around from table to table asking if they had ordered the special sandwich and the Italian bap, before eventually...finding us. Staff were pleasant, just not confident. The Italian Bap was fine, but the only special about the "Hassetts Special" sandwich is that it seems to have been punch before being thrown on the plate. There was a side of slaw, which had about as much flavour as a ball of damp newspaper. I don't think they've discovered salt and pepper yet. The cappuccinos were barely frothed. Not the first time I've had a below par experience here. Maybe the lack of competition in this market in Carrigaline is causing complacency.More

Date of visit: November 2019
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Reviewed 13 August 2019

We stayed in the locality for a couple of days and had our breakfast there each day. We were never disappointed. An extremely popular establishment, which is testament to the quality, value and choice of food options on offer. Something to suit everyone , try...it for yourself, you will be delighted you did. Congratulations and thanks to the management and hard working staff, lovely to experience something done very well.More

Date of visit: August 2019
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Reviewed 3 July 2019 via mobile

Service was friendly but staff was a bit overwhelmed and orders were mixed up. The food did arrive quickly although they were out of orange juice and had no alternative other than more tea. Everything tasted fresh. Good coffee too.

Date of visit: June 2019
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Reviewed 6 June 2019 via mobile

Mum and I had two Irish breakfasts. Absolutely beautiful. Staff were very friendly and attentive. Possibly the best Irish breakfast I’ve had. Would recommend and will be returning!

Date of visit: June 2019
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Hassetts Bakery is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travellers:
  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 4
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 4.5