Greenbarn Cafe BistroSubmit a review
Reviewed 14th March 2015 (visited 21 February 2015)
Terribly disappointing experience- booked the function room for soup & sandwiches following a family funeral. Service was dreadful. We waited an unacceptable length of time for service,eventually tea & coffee arrived before the soup! Some time later soup arrived, we noted the waitress brought one bowl at a time on each tray. Plates of sandwiches were extremely sparse and not replenished. We brought this to the attention of management, however it made no difference. Overall dreadful experience, disorganised& slow. Bereaved family & friends SHOULD NOT be required to wait this length of time and then be served the very minimal amount of food. Could not recommend this restaurant at all.
Reviewed 20th May 2012 (visited 7 April 2012)
This is a lovely place for lunch dinner or even just tea & cake. The decor is really nice and the staff are very friendly and prompt. Good facilities for children, plenty of high chairs and the play area outisde is very sweet - my son loves the chickens running around!! We went for family lunch on Easter Sunday and even though the place was packed the service was still excellent. The food is consistantly good however my one issue on the day was that there was garlic in the mash potato which wasnt mentioned on the menu. Not a major issue but one of our party hates garlic so would have odered something else if they had known. The special Easter cake on the menu that day made up for it though! Overall I would really recommend Greenbarn to anyone and the shop and gaden centre is good too.
Reviewed 30th November 2011 (visited 25 November 2011)
This is a very nice cafe plus garden centre. We always stop off here on our way east to Wexford. The food is very good and the staff are very friendly and welcoming. After eating we go to the garden centre, which is very well stocked and the shop is interesting and bright. Will be back soon again.
Reviewed 11th August 2011 (visited 6 August 2011)
Visited this popular restaurant for lunch on a busy Saturday afternoon. The restaurant and adjoining garden centre are just off the main Waterford Cork Road before the Youghal Bypass. Very good selection of food and offer. We both went with the roast of the day which was beef. Vegetables were perfectly cooked along with the accompanying mash. Prob a bit too much gravy over the meat for my liking but tasty none the less. Service was extremely quick and friendly. Only negatives there was a lot of food debris on the floor from what must have been a busy service and the toilets could have done with a bit more attention. Otherwise a great place to stop on this busy road at any time of the day, looking forward to going back again.