Nash 19 restaurant

19 Princes st Cork, Cork City

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16 reviews
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European

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Nash 19

biscuitclear1371446484
Cork
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:30%

Reviewed 06th May 2017 (visited 4 May 2017 )

Food superb..lovely service from waitresses..however there was a big giraffe of a woman walking around with blonde hair and found her very intimidating and overpowering..much of a bully with no class..like she just wud not leave my table alone at all..constantly hovering in our faces.. Me and my friends left in the end...she is just way too loud for anyone trying to enjoy a peaceful lunch..also quite doesn't know her place..obtuse and crash..constanttly parading up and down like a prison officer r sumthing..too much nervous energy...we were so unsettled we left..its a pity as food is good..but clearly this woman has no customer service skills,professionalism or training...shed want to learn a bit of humility and keep her ego in check...

Nash 19

Liam.moynihan12278872
Cork
12 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 20th May 2016 (visited 7 May 2016 )

Had a fantastic breakfast in Nash 19 for €10,could not believe how tasty the food for breakfast could be.Beautifull place and very friendly staff.Will return for more.

Nash 19

April Showers
Cork
3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 26th August 2012 (visited 25 August 2012 )

We arrived at 11.30 am and ordered breakfast I also asked for a sausage to be included as I ordered the Little Corker and according to the menu sausage was not included, and a pot of tea for two. The pot of tea arrived with two sachets of sugar, we had two ask for more sugar three times as we were able to squeeze five cups of tea from the pot, surely there should be sugar on the table with the rest of the condiments. The breakfast arrived and now I know why they call it a Little Corker. The toast with the meal was already buttered, I don't take butter with my toast, again surely there should be butter on the table, so the customer can have a choice, this is blatant cost cutting to the detriment of the dining experience. What's next will they send out the tea ready milked? A rule of thumb I use when eating out - can I do this better at home? if this comes to mind while I am dining out, then I'm afraid you don't get a repeat visit from me. However, the staff were excellent, they could not be faulted. They were attentive and friendly, we were made very welcome and when we departed every staff member bade us farewell. A beautiful restaurant, great staff but the miserly portions and the other cost cutting measures do not make for an acceptable dining experience

Nash 19

RoseOS
Cork
16 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:50%

Reviewed 01st June 2012 (visited 23 May 2012 )

We went in to Nash 19 for the 1st time. and we found it very nice. The staff and atmosphere was good. We were there for lunch - we had the chicken and leek pie. It was very nice. We will be going back again. The only thing is that the chairs are not comfortable.

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maireide
Tipperary
20 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 18th May 2012 (visited 3 April 2012 )

I like this restaurant because I get such fine wholesome food with a bit of this and a bit of that and can take anything on the menu away and enjoy Nash's at home next day! What I don't like about is if I don't get there before or after the main lunch time. I' be in a queue out on the street. I know that speaks for itself. I love their salads, soups and desserts but they don't make their delicious fruit crumble often enough!. I'm not a meat eater but when I see the very fine portions being served I weaken and take one away. The staff are so friendly and though they are all so busy they are the essence of what good staff relations should be and how to make a customer feel valued and appreciated. You won't get out of here without a fond farewell and a very genuine THANK You so why would you not want to go back?

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catsdan

28 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 27th March 2012 (visited 26 March 2012 )

Very family friendly. Recently visited Cork with the family, husband and 2 very small children. Had seen Nash 19 listed as child friendly so thought we'd check it out for lunch. Although the restaurant looks narrow, which isn't a good sign for those pushing buggies or prams, it opens up at the back and is spacey enough. Staff were extremely helpful and although the self service queue was long it moved quickly and we were soon seated and tucking into some fantastic home produce. The food was very good value and the service was attentive. Changing facilities are excellent and I'd definitely recommend it to fellow family diners.

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Yve

7 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 23rd September 2011 (visited 14 September 2011 )

Do not eat in this restaurant for value. I order 2 full breakfasts which came to 9.22 each. I was asked did i want tomato and mushroom but didnt tell me that it wasnt included in the price of my breakfast so that cost an extra 3.00. Plus I asked for a black and white coffee - the assistant said Americano I said yes Black one and white. I got charged .50 cent per coffee extra. I did complain and they apologise but didnt refund it. It is a disgrace that 2 irish breakfast in this day & age would come to nearly €25. I will not be going to this restaurant again. The breakfast was nothing to write home about either, I was really disappointed with this service.

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CorkBilly
Cork
22 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 25th January 2011 (visited 9 December 2010 )

NASH 19 Always a pleasure to visit Nash 19 and yesterday’s lunch time date with two colleagues was no exception as a warm welcome was followed by some top notch food and service, including a drop or two of mulled wine. Quite a few of you will have seen Tipperary’s Crowe's Farm featured in RTE’s Ear to the Ground earlier in the week. And their bacon was the main feature of my lunch. It was served with, among other things, an apricot chutney, and the combination was first class. Will be watching out for that bacon in the future. Amazing how much the pig has been on my table in the last week and a half. And every single time it was a pleasure, thanks to the skilled efforts of artisan producers such as Gubbeen, Woodside Farm and Crowe’s. Just couldn’t pass the Nash 19 shop on the way out without taking a look. One of my companion raves about their scones and picked up a few while I helped myself to a couple of fish pies which will reduce the workload for this evening’s dinner.

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Audi2005
Dublin
42 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 29th July 2010 (visited 29 July 2010 )

I had breakfast in here today before heading back up to Dublin. I've heard so much about this place, so had to give it a try. It was very busy even at 10am this morning. The staff were very friendly and assertive. I order the full breakfast and was very impressed with the food and service. The only bad point would be that it is a bit expensive, otherwise I would recommend this restaurant/cafe.

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trionsandnathan
Cork
4 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd July 2010 (visited 22 July 2010 )

I often pass Nash 19 during the way and it is usually very busy, but having popped in for lunch this afternoon I just cannot understand why this is. The first thing I noticed was that prices were not advertised on the menu boards above the counter. My friend had secured a table and so we proceeded to the counter to order our food. I chose a chicken wrap with my own choice of fillings and a small cup of soup on the side as I liked the sound of squash, carrot, and orange. I prepared my cash and my mouth dropped as I was told this lunch was going to cost me 11.70euro!!!! My wrap was 7.75, the tiny cup of soup was 3.95, and there was an additional 13.5%VAT of 1.39. My friend ordered a bowl of beetroot and ginger soup with one slice of brown bread, and so she asked for a second slice. On reaching the counter she learnt that this one extra slice was to cost her 1.45, and the bowl of soup cost around 6 euros. What recession?!! For the duration of our lunch I wondered how Nash 19 was able to fill seats. There was little customer service, in fact I felt quite rushed when the waitress repeatedly offered us coffees after our plates were taken, and although I would have loved a coffee I was determined not to spend another cent in that rip off restaurant. No value for money whatsoever. Will not return.

Nash 19

greenlung

16 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 03rd March 2009 (visited 20 February 2009 )

Breakfast here is lovely, but it does add up. The attention to detail shows in the food. There is always a queue, but wow do they move them. High quality food and it is expensive, but you would be hard pushed to get better in other restaurants. If you are hungry go here.

Nash 19

Lorns
Cork
32 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 05th December 2008 (visited 5 December 2008 )

One of the best places in Cork City for lunch, but there is always a queue. Never been dissapointed & keep going back.

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Miranda
Cork
3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 24th November 2008 (visited 24 November 2008 )

I did not think what I got was good value for money. The Fishermans Pie was mainly potato, very little fish and the salad was just lettuce.

Nash 19

jenbon
Cork
33 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 20th May 2008 (visited 6 December 2007 )

Good food but felt like a business restaurant all the time.

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m.odriscoll

17 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 07th January 2008 (visited 23 December 2007 )

A great spot for breakfast..or any meal! ;) it's expensive but service is outstanding. food is delicious and a little different. the basics done very well.

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