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Reviewed 28th January 2011 (visited 21 December 2010)
It's a lovely little cafe with a good choice of foods. The staff are very friendly and efficient. I've been a handful of times and each time the food has been top notch. The homemade pizzas are very tasty and even now writing I find it difficult to choose one but I really liked the smoked chicken, chilli and brie. The goats cheese pie is lovely too. They, unfortunately for my waist have a great selection of pastries, freshly baked bread (as the name suggests) and decadent chocolates all made on premises. Well worth a visit.
Reviewed 11th October 2007 (visited 3 September 2007)
This is a nice little coffee shop, really, rather than a bistro - they do serve small bottles of wine, but there isn't a wine list as such. It's self service, with a nice range of wraps, paninis etc., and a couple of home made hot dishes - lasagne and the like. The desserts are very good, and also homemade. Service is pleasant, and it's good value for money in a holiday centre like Spiddal. Unfortunately, it closes for the winter months...