Went in for lunch a couple of weeks ago and had a panini each. Very tasty and good service from great staff
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Restaurant is near Lismore Castle and is a goog place to stop after touring the gardens. Small and limited menu of sandwiches, salads and like foid for lunch. Cordial friendly staff. Good food and inexpensive.
Food was nice....service was terrible not very warm or welcoming the guy serving didn’t crack a smile once...got order wrong and when we called him back over to say it he made out it was our fault and he didn’t hear us.
We had had a walk around Lismore and wanted a decent cup of tea form an independent place so not the heritage centre so we went to Lizzie Briens where we had a lovely large cup of tea and a very light quite delicious cherry...More
Had stopped in this cafe before just for coffee and vowed to return for food.We stopped in for Sunday lunch.Beautifully cooked steak sandwiches with fries,salad, mushrooms and onions.Eur14.Will definitely return to try the rest of the reasonably priced menu.
Nice place for light meal. We had soup and bangers with mash&onin gravy. All ashy and enough. Service could be bit warmer tho. As tourists we didn't feel quite welcome.
I stopped in for a late lunch and ordered the chicken, cheese and sundried tomato pasta dish which was on special. It was scrumptious. Not knowing that a full mini-pan of delicious brown bread would also be served, I ordered a side salad as an...More
Popped in for coffee with associates and they went to alot of bother to accomodate the six of us in their small premises. We were delighted with our cakes and refreshments. Lovely food and service
A great meal, service with a smile, and family friendly. Lovely coffee, what more can I say about this little restaurant. It's small but perfect.
Just stopped for a coffee thankfully as we were never given a menu! Place is clean, coffee was good. Looked at menu outside and it does have a wide choice of food. Will definitely be back for food with family.