Cafe Rua restaurant

New Antrim Street, Castlebar

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3 reviews
4 stars - based on 3 reviews
Café Rua was opened by Ann McMahon in New Antrim Street, Castlebar over ten years ago with the aim of producing uncomplicated food using seasonal and local ingredients. The business that Ann started is now run by her children Aran and Colleen, and the aim remains the same.

AWARDS & PRIZES

Good Food Ireland is an industry driven food tourism organisation which was established in November 2006. Many good food operators in a cross-section of establishments all around the island from restaurants to accommodation, pubs to food shops to cookery schools wanted to be recognised and endorsed for their commitment to using Irish, local and artisan food produce. They wanted to share experiences and be cooperatively marketed to the domestic and international tourist. Agriculture and Tourism, two vital economies for Ireland have so much in common and are yet so far apart. Through Good Food Ireland the industry from both these sectors share a common belief and come together as one. Good Food Ireland brings you the visitor or domestic consumer what we believe is the only way to get a true taste of Ireland. The Irish Restaurant Awards recognise achievement and excellence in the Restaurant and Hospitality Industry throughout the 32 counties of the Island of Ireland in 21 categories and celebrate all aspects of the Industry from Chefs and Restaurants, Cafes and Gastro Pubs, to Food Producers, Local Food Heroes and Cookery Schools.

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OPENING HOURS

Mon12:00pm - 9:00pm
Tue12:00pm - 9:00pm
Wed12:00pm - 9:00pm
Thu12:00pm - 9:00pm
Fri12:00pm - 9:00pm
Sat12:00pm - 9:00pm
Sun12:00pm - 9:00pm

CAPACITY
0 people

CUISINES
Bistro, Cafe, European

FACILITIES

Take away service Will cater for children

Cafe Rua reviews

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Cafe Rua

anoirtiac
Kildare
23 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:47%

Reviewed 11th August 2014 (visited 2 August 2014 )

I love Rua it never dissapoints in it delicious array of sweet and savoury delights

Cafe Rua

ZEBRAguts3
Dublin
80 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 02nd April 2014 (visited 24 March 2014 )

We went to the original Cafe Rua.The Mezze consisting of Carrowholly cheese, quince jam, beetroot salad, carrot salad, boiled egg & mayo, green leaves, pate, brown bread and a glass of lemonade was very good and good value. We expected to see local cured meats on the plate as well. There were many interesting things on the menu. The cheese & quince jam were so good that we went to Cafe Rua deli afterwards to purchase some.

Cafe Rua

glutenfreefoodie
Galway
3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 15th December 2010 (visited 11 December 2010 )

I am a regular at Cafe Rua both the cafe and the deli are great and they are improving the choice at the deli all the time. The food upstairs is a good example of local food produce being used simply and cooked well. Cafe Rua support local food producers and have a range of their own chutneys and dressings which are very good. I am a ceolica that loves food and thankfully they can always cater for me which is a relief as so many places can't. It is always busy in here and you may need to wait a little while for a table but you can share tables too. There soup and salads are favourites of mine and they are always nice and fresh. Cafe Rua proves that simple is best and I will be back again and again.

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