21 Princes Street, Cork City
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Reviewed 10th November 2010 (visited 23 October 2010 )
Went for breakfast with my wife on a recent saturday morning. The quality of the food was good ,but so overpriced ! The service was poor - we had to ask three times for butter. At the prices they charge, one would expect better. It will be quite some time before I return.
Reviewed 27th September 2010 (visited 26 September 2010 )
a big favourite with my colleagues and me. two small delicous scones for a snack or a lovely filled wrap and a pot of tea for lunch. Also do a lovely selection of takeaway sandwiches and salads if your on the run. lovely to get a high stool by the window and sit and watch the world go by at lunchtime
Reviewed 24th July 2009 (visited 23 July 2009 )
I love Wildways, I go here as much as I can afford for my lunch as I work in town. The paninis and foccacia's are delicious with tasty unusual fillings and the baked potatoes with chilli mayo are to die for! I have not tried much else on the menu because there is always a range of around 5 different types of paninis/foccacias/wraps.
Reviewed 19th March 2009 (visited 10 February 2009 )
I visited wildways - expecting amazing things due to the many egon rowney plaques outside. Firstly the atmosphere was strange.I was confused at the ordering system but a lovely girl served me which was great.As i sat at my table and waited for my food i noticed the girls behind the counter folding their arms and giving out! perhaps this was adding to the atmosphere. The food was good - I had soup and a toasted sandwich - very tasty. The food certainly keeps this establishment open pity about the rest.
Reviewed 03rd March 2009 (visited 3 March 2009 )
Nice spot for coffee/scone in the morning. Service can be a bit confusing and there is a shortage of seats but worth checking out.