Quay Co-Op Vegetarian Restaurant

24 Sullivans Quay, Cork City

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Cuisine:
Vegetarian

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19 reviews
4 stars - based on 19 reviews
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CAPACITY
85 people

CUISINES
Coeliac options, Organic, Vegetarian

FACILITIES

Coeliac options available Veggie options available

Quay Co-Op Vegetarian Restaurant reviews

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Quay Co-Op Vegetarian Restaurant

micki.mitchell.mm781539
Cork
5 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 03rd July 2014 (visited 23 May 2014 )

I love this place, the portions are for a big appetite and very reasonably priced, and I love the upstairs, it's so peaceful and inviting and cozy! I had the thai curry with two salads. Love the beet and cabbage salad. Never had a bad food experience. :)

Quay Co-Op Vegetarian Restaurant

billplease
Cork
4 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 01st December 2011 (visited 29 November 2011 )

I am always delight when i get a seat near the stove althought the room is warm there is something nice about sitting beside it.So after getting my warm seat, i made my way to the counter, it is so nice to see the food before u decide. I had the broccli and cashew nut crepe with mixed leaves and roast potatoes. I have to say it was yum yum i even got another for take away for my partner. As i was at the counter the chef told me that all the veg is organic and the Vegtables are sold down stairs. nothing nicer than getting veg with out all the plastic wraping. final words, yum!! yum!!! yum!!!!

Quay Co-Op Vegetarian Restaurant

lucy28
Dublin
65 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd August 2011 (visited 14 May 2011 )

I would really recommend this place for a lovely lunch. The menu changes every day and includes home made pizza, quiches, falafel burgers, cornish pasties and 2 different soups. The salads they serve are amazing so fresh and full of flavour. Last time I was there I had a roast veg pizza slice with 2 salads, lemon and garlic cous cous and cajun chickpeas for €9.90. They also do lots of desserts and cakes too. The only thing I think they should change is let you have smaller portions of the salads and get to try say 4 different ones as it makes for a nice variety because sometimes they just give you half a plate of coleslaw...which is a bit much!

Quay Co-Op Vegetarian Restaurant

pdlarsen
Dublin
44 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 28th April 2011 (visited 25 April 2011 )

This restaurant is a gem. I was visiting Cork for a few days with my girlfriend, and hadn't planned on eating here, but we found ourselves in a bit of a pickle and wandered over to the Quays Co-Op shortly before they closed. We were delighted to find a wide selection of vegetarian tarts, quiches, salads and side dishes. The people behind the counter were very friendly and helpful, and the food was absolutely delicious and quite filling. In addition, the restaurant is situated on the second floor of a building that lies along the quays of the South River, and has beautiful views of the river and downtown Cork. It was clean, affordable and we didn't feel rushed despite our being there after closing time. Will definitely visit the Quays Co-Op again, if I am in Cork.

Quay Co-Op Vegetarian Restaurant

omnomnom
Limerick
12 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 18th October 2010 (visited 3 September 2010 )

Service was pretty normal for what you might expect, nothing special but in no way inconvenient. I ate by the large windows facing onto the south channel of the River Lee and I was able to gaze onto the Grand Parade as I ate. The food was quite good and of sizeable portions too. The dining area is nicely decorated and atmosphere was good. Relaxed and in a nice surround, with no feeling of an urgency to leave quickly. I think it is worth the tenner for a lunch.

Quay Co-Op Vegetarian Restaurant

nickynumartian
Cork
13 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 07th May 2010 (visited 5 May 2010 )

Its a little bit on the pricey side, but then again taht's to be expected given that this is a vegetarian restaurant. The good news is that the portions are generous. And the menu isn't completely set, so you can order one thing (ie. quiche) and then have a pick of which salads you'd like to go with it. In terms of the restaurant itself, it isn't pretentious or frou-frou. It's what it presents itself to be, a comfortable, down-to-earth joint with everyday cafe feel .. and the best part is, is that there is a wonderful selection of cakes and desserts :)

Quay Co-Op Vegetarian Restaurant

ninjaneve
Dublin
8 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 21st November 2009 (visited 16 November 2009 )

We ate here after dicovering that Cafe Paradiso doesn't open on Mondays :( We were very dissapointed as we had been looking for somewhere that really caters for vegetarians. By random chance we found this place and loved it. Rather than a sit-down service, you queue and get food from a hot food counter, there was so much on offer and they cater for all sorts of dietary requirements such as gluten/wheat alergies etc. I had a spinach andchickpea bake with two huge portions of salad (spelt pasta salad and a quinoa one) I also got to taste my partners blue cheese tart - both were delicious and very large portions. The atmosphere is laid back and a bit alternative - very cool. The food is a little pricey main and two salads was around 10 euro but I think it iswell worth it for the selection and quality. If I lived inCork, I'd be a regular!

Quay Co-Op Vegetarian Restaurant

peppers180
Cork
29 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 25th September 2009 (visited 22 September 2009 )

I met a friend here and had the thai broccoli soup which was really nice but a little bit on the pricy side I thought. Was just a small little cup with soup and the bread was a little tasteless I'm afraid... The Hot Chocolate was good though! They also have quite nice art on the walls! Nice for lunch with friends

Quay Co-Op Vegetarian Restaurant

mint
Cork
4 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 21st September 2009 (visited 21 August 2009 )

Fantastic veg/vegan food, caters for so many dietry requirements,allergies etc. Great value,good food.Serves organic wine too.Great for a coffee/scone/cake or theor yum veg lasagne. Great health shop downstairs. Its not a fancy setting but its clean,great food and very relaxed.

Quay Co-Op Vegetarian Restaurant

greenlung

16 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 03rd March 2009 (visited 27 February 2009 )

Am always unsure about the QUay Coop. You know its good for you, but.... Never a huge change in the menu, quorn seemed to be in everything. Food still good, salads are always the best part of the main plate. Desserts were gorgeous. Quay Co-op is still the same 15 years later, and that's not in a good way.

Quay Co-Op Vegetarian Restaurant

rillandcu
Cork
11 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 10th January 2009 (visited 10 January 2009 )

Breakfast Bliss and not a slice of bacon in sight. If your feeling peckish before your Saturday morning shop then I would certainly reccommend the co-op, I am not a vegetarian but this homely breakfast with the fabulous coffee(very reasonably priced compared to the rest) is mighty tasty. I have enjoyed the various main courses also and the freshness and variety of the salads accompanied are the perfect pick-up. The surroundings are very chilled and easy going espeically in the morning and great for a bit of newspaper reading or thoughtful people watching if you choose a table by the window. If chocolate brownies are on the menu then go for it, it will be the best choice you have made that day!

Quay Co-Op Vegetarian Restaurant

thegoochisonfire
Cork
15 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 30th October 2008 (visited 29 October 2008 )

Ate here after work the juror is still out some of there main course are quiet nice but maybe its just me but veggie food just does't taste as nice as meaty food. Had a celaric and blue cheece soup that just tasted of vegtable soup. I willing to give it another go as I like the place. Reasonable priced.

Quay Co-Op Vegetarian Restaurant

Ellmu
Cork
5 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 15th September 2008 (visited 13 September 2008 )

I think the Quay Co-op food is fabulous! The pizza's, pies, salads and desserts - all really yum and much cheaper than the other main Cork based vegetarian restaurant. It's always been clean anytime I've eaten there, and the atmosphere is very relaxed. Yum!

Quay Co-Op Vegetarian Restaurant

Slowfoodie
Cork
6 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 08th September 2008 (visited 3 September 2008 )

I usually have lunch here when in town - the main reason being the prices and the fact that is vegetarian. The food is just ok, it really depends on what one chooses - I like the chickpea salad, and had once some nice lasagne, but on average it is not a memorable foodie experience - the pastry of quiches and sweet tarts is always too thick and therefore not really cooked, a lot of pulse dishes are a bit on the dry side. Cakes and coffees are good, there's a choice of teas and I like the atmosphere outside rush hour - I like places when one can seat, have a coffee and read a paper without feeling pressed to leave or to consume more.

Quay Co-Op Vegetarian Restaurant

hungry01

12 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 10th June 2008 (visited 9 June 2008 )

easy going nice place, good tasty food, friendly staff

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