Juggy's Well Restaurant
3 Glasthule Road, Dublin 4, SandycoveDublin 4
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Reviewed 01st March 2015 (visited 18 February 2015 )
Atrocious service, crisps out of date, the food was prepared so quickly that probably it just never shuffling into the microwave for 10 second. Bill for 1 toastie 1 poached egg (which seemed more boiled) 2 slices of old hard bacon and out of date crisps came to 13.50€ !! Forget about it!!!
Reviewed 26th January 2015 (visited 26 January 2015 )
Very very poor value for money. €5 for chicken and ham sandwich, one slice of each meat with two small leaves of lettuce on the side of the plate is not what i was expecting from an establishment catagorised as a "restaurant". I will be taking my custom elsewhere in futrue.
Reviewed 28th January 2014 (visited 28 January 2014 )
If you want to be made to feel unwelcome, visit Juggy Wells. Average food for average prices but appalling customer service. We weren't addressed on entry despite the "Wait to be seated" sign, so we shuffled awkwardly towards the counter where nobody made any effort at all to greet us. My girlfriend ordered soup, which was given a blast in the microwave and I greatly inconvenienced the lady serving by asking what kind of cakes were on display. My girlfriend wanted some broccoli and carrot salad since they didn't have any gluten free bread and was told that "usually this would be much more expensive". The server could so easily have used this to her (and the café's) advantage but instead made us feel like she was doing us a great favour, at tremendous cost to herself. After eating the mediocre (at best) food, the waiting staff cleared our table before we even put our coats on to leave – without looking at us or saying a word. We left, again without any acknowledgement. I would like to say that we always make a point of being friendly and nice in basic ways like saying "hello", "please" and "thank you". I'd expect at least the same in return. We both felt uncomfortable throughout the whole Juggy Wells experience. Thoroughly disappointing.
Reviewed 09th August 2011 (visited 9 August 2011 )
Had a soup and sandwich here today and it was really nice and filled the gap staff are so nice and friendly im not a big coffee drinker but they made me a really nice one
Reviewed 02nd July 2011 (visited 14 June 2011 )
Myself and my wife are both in our early 80's, and regularly have lunch in Juggy's Well, if we are in the area, which would be at least once a fortnight. The food is always very good, very fresh - usually we would have something light, such as soup and a salad, with coffee. Very friendly staff also. Sometimes in can be very busy here, and a bit noisy, but it would not detract from the food.
Reviewed 17th September 2010 (visited 11 September 2010 )
Visited here for a light lunch after a vist to the nearby James Joyce Tower Museum Sandycove (10 mins walk). I had the leek and potato soup and my companion had the vegetable soup.We both agreed the soups were delicious and one of the best we have had in a long time. They were quite small portions however considering it was €4 for the soup on its own.They have a choice of 3 types of bread/rolls sold seperately, we both had one thick slice of brown bread each which was very fresh and not too heavy.The atmosphere on a Saturday afternoon was 'ladies who lunch' but quite quiet.They have a good selection of other sandwiches,rolls etc and a great selection of cakes but are certainly not cheap, which isn't a surprise given the area.They provide free drinking water in glass bottles in the fridge which you can help yourself to. The young man who served us was very friendly and obliging. The building itself is a converted old building on the main street and they have retained some of the features but it lacks a little character and is a bit bland.They sell artwork in the cafe of the usual nice scenic and coastal views.