The Craft Village, Donegal Town
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Reviewed 17th June 2011 (visited 17 June 2011 )
This was my second time coming here for lunch and I wasn't disappointed. The food in Aroma is beautiful; home made with fresh ingredients and the menu appears to change daily to reflect this. The portions are generous and the service was very good. The food is well priced for the quality of food on offer & the cakes are amazing. The tarte au citron was a particular favorite as was the lemon polenta cake. The setting is very peaceful and it's nice to walk around the artists studios and shops while you are there to help burn off those cakes!
Reviewed 10th January 2011 (visited 31 December 2010 )
Great food, especially the cakes and coffees. We particularly like the lemon polenta cake. Top notch. It's a small place so it can be a little noisy at times, but the great service, quality of food, and the value for money always make up for it. We come here regularly - we love it. Highly recommended.
Reviewed 07th May 2010 (visited 2 April 2010 )
yummy cakes and one of the few decent cups of coffee you will find in donegal!
Reviewed 10th April 2010 (visited 20 February 2010 )
After reading about Aroma we decided to take a little detour while on the way to Sligo for lunch. It was actually quite quiet when we arrived but was nice to see quite a few more tables occupied before we left. Food was excellent, service was very friendly and tucked away as it is in the craft village, its a little gem thats well worth taking a different route than the bypass if you're near Baile Dhún na nGall. It was probably a bit more than we had planned to spend for lunch but the burrito was one of the tastiest lunches I've had in a long time.
Reviewed 23rd February 2010 (visited 30 December 2009 )
This is a great little restaurant in the Craft Village. Its in the corner and is often full but if you're willing to wait for a table its well worth it. The menu changes daily as far as I know, although you will get some regulars on there. My boyfriend had the burrito which I tasted. It was gorgeous - really authentic. I had the prawn green curry which was really lovely for a cafe. The coffee is decent and the atmosphere, although a bit cramped is nice a lively. The shops in the craft village make this a nice setting for your lunch.