This cafe is busy, buzzing and friendly. It is known locally as "The Cafe with the Couch", and a coffee on the couch is certainly a great way to start ... More
This cafe is busy, buzzing and friendly. It is known locally as "The Cafe with the Couch", and a coffee on the couch is certainly a great way to start or end the day. They serve a wide variety of breakfasts until 11:30a, followed by a huge selection of mouth-watering lunches try out the famous hot chicken baguette or the wholesome home-made soup. For friendly helpful service, Kafka's is hard to beat.
Overlooking the river Lee, the Quay Co op is something of a Cork institution, it was the first vegetarian restaurant
in the city. Patrons are free to enjoy anything from a coffee to lunch or dinner in this friendly ...
Winner of the Taj Good Curry Guide Award for 1995 97 and Curry Club recommended, this deservedly popular restaurant looks
out onto Princes Street in the city centre. Though Tandoori dishes are a specialty, diners can also choose from ...
This imposing building, which was designed by George Richard Pain, was erected in 1935. It was partially burned down in
1891; luckily the portico survived the flames. The ten columns of the portico support a weighty triangular pediment and ...