32/33 Trimgate Street, Navan, Navan
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Reviewed 21st October 2016 (visited 20 October 2016 )
I was not impressed with this restaurant,the service was poor in my opinion. My mother and I ordered a simple toasted sandwich which we were wainting a good 20 minutes for .When they did arrive eventually,we told the waitress we had asked for tomato on the sandwich when placing order,which we didn't get.She seemed a bit put out nby this and just took the sandwiches away without saying anything. We waited another 15 minutes or so,I wanted to ngo at this stage but my mother said no we won't. The nsandwiches were brought back but the waitress gave no napology for delay,she wasn't one bit friendly.The tea was nlike water we had to ask for another tea bag and the ntoasted sandwiches were greasy. There was another nwaitress working there who made up for the unfriendly none,she was very plesant. We didn't bother complaining as I ndon't think it would have made a difference. nAs you can guess, will never set foot in the Gate restaurant,again!
Reviewed 08th April 2014 (visited 5 April 2014 )
The Gate restaurant is a bit like 'Doctor Who's' Tardis. It looks quite small as you approach it but it is surprisingly roomy when you enter. I think that it offers one of the best in terms of value for a hot beverage/bun or a quick, unfussy lunch in Navan. The staff are attentive and one does not have to wait long to be served. An Americano and home-made scone costs about €4.50 (as compare to nearly €7.00 for a comparable snack/ hot drink in certain cafés in Dublin). I recommend the Irish stew or fish and chips if you want something substantial for lunch or an early dinner.
Reviewed 05th November 2012 (visited 5 November 2012 )
My friends and I have frequented this restaurant once or twice weekly for the last couple of months.Today we ordered the lunch special @ €6.50 and we also ordered a pot of tea for 3, we asked for a top up on the tea as there wasn't enough in the pot for the 3 of us. When we were paying our bill we were each charged € 9.70 which amounted to €9.60 for the 2 small pots of tea. We brought this to the attention of the staff,we were given back the total sum of € 2.60 and no apologies.We will not be frequenting this cafe again.
Reviewed 20th August 2010 (visited 22 June 2010 )
I found the service poor and the staff very rude. food was average
Reviewed 27th July 2009 (visited 13 June 2009 )
the food here is ok but i have seen staff being very rude in the past, food is also overpriced for what it is
Reviewed 05th January 2010 (visited 3 January 2010 )
Have visited this restaurant a few times and always have a good experience. We had breakfast there and it was delicious, they have smoked salmon with poached eggs with lovely home made brown bread. they also have lots of health options for breakfast. the food is always fresh and tasty. lovely athmosphere.
Reviewed 13th November 2008 (visited 13 November 2008 )
In my opinion this cafe has a very "safe" menu nothing different and pretty overpriced. They would benefit by reducing prices and changing menu. Anytime I go in here all people seem to be eating is a fry-up brekkie - this obviously is their winner and keeps them busy.
Reviewed 15th August 2008 (visited 15 August 2008 )
Very disappointing. Coffee was dire, like something you'd get out of a bad vending machine. I ordered 2 poached eggs and toast which at €6 is about right because had I been charged any more I would've laughed. The toast was strategically served burnt side down so I wouldn't notice until the last moment. The eggs were bland, hard and the plate was full of water. I like my poached eggs runny but someone clearly forgot about these. I couldn't drink more than 2 mouthfuls of the coffee and left the rest. Only for the staff being so nice I think my rating would've been a 1. If you don't have any tastebuds and don't expect very much from your food, visit this place.
Reviewed 21st May 2008 (visited 16 May 2008 )
Pop in to navan from time to time & found this little gem by pure chance. Well i must say its a beautiful spot,full of life & atmosphere and the staff are very helpful. I had one of their homemade pies & its was mouth-watering. Will come back if only to visit the gates to heaven.. one happy customer..
Reviewed 07th January 2008 (visited 6 October 2007 )
Dropped in here a couple of times while shopping in Navan. If you're lucky to get a seat the food is really good for a quick, tasty bite to eat. It's reasonable for the centre of the town.
Reviewed 21st December 2007 (visited 1 November 2007 )
Best place in Navan to eat. Great homemade food, really nice place to eat in too. Everything is freshly made. Definitely worth a try, as there is not much else in the same league as this place available in Navan.