The food was unique each day and very good. Not a large number of tables and the staff was super friendly. Good lunch place.
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Clearly capitalizing on the Quiet Msn theme as does the rest of the village. Large mural in the shop. Decent selection of typical food and drink. Decent place to rest for a bit. Friendly folks.
One of our favorite actresses, Maureen O'HARA is considered a daughter of this historic little town where the movie "The Quiet Man" was made. Stop by this little cafe and hear stories from the locals of the making of this movie. Don't forget to take...More
Enjoyed a piece of delicious carrot cake and a cup of tea in the afternoon. The shop was going to close in twenty minutes but the lady was really friendly and made sure we were well taken care of. Place was really clean and had...More
We called in to the cafe whilst on a road trip as we really needed a GOOD coffee!! We had stopped twice along the way but the coffee on offer in the two places was not good so we didn't buy it! We got to...More
Nice welcome, good service, good array of dishes, good choice. pleasant to sit out in the summer with a latte and snack and watch the tourists go by
While the cafe itself was closed for the season (early October), when I visited, I spent a fair bit of time in the attached shop. I had hoped to have a chance to sit down for a meal, but alas. The shop has a decent...More
We stayed in Cong, Co. Mayo for five days. The Quiet Man Cafe became a favorite stop. We were pleasantly greeted and served. The atmosphere is informal yet quite lovely. It is conveniently opened to a woolen shop next door. So after a treat you...More
Had another lovely meal in this charming cafe, great pot of tea, sandwiches, chips, fantastic desserts. Attached to a woolen mill with great deals on sweaters, scarves, etc