Hans Cafe restaurant

Moor Lane Cashel Co Tipperary, Cashel

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13 reviews
4 stars - based on 13 reviews

CAPACITY
40 people

CUISINES
Cheap Eats, Irish, Organic

FACILITIES

Bord Failte Approved Parking available Coeliac options available Wheelchair Accessible Will cater for children Seafood available Veggie options available Wine Only

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Hans Cafe

marianoleary2003

1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 14th April 2015 (visited 14 April 2015 )

Had lovely lunch today with my 16 yr old son.we had a medical app so we were bit tight on time, I informed a waitress called Margaretshe could not have been anymore helpful. Thank you

Hans Cafe

mariasarah
Tipperary
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 16th March 2015 (visited 13 February 2015 )

Disappointed with my recent trip, the menu is overpriced & style over substance.Was charged €3.50 for a baby bowl that consisted of a scoop of mash & a little soup.If returning I will feed my baby prior to my trip.The portions are small while prices remain high.I feel there is better value up the town.Service is friendly but slow. I would recommend avoiding the lunch rush hour as one is left waiting for table beside the toilets.

Hans Cafe

Scruffy
Tipperary
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd September 2013 (visited 19 September 2013 )

What has happened to this great little restaurant?Have had numerous meals here and the food has always been superb! Have recommended it to so many people, I've lost count!! Got such a shock with our meal that we didn't complain. Please tell me the chef was either sick or on holidays!!!!

Hans Cafe

Selenewaide
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 24th February 2013 (visited 23 February 2013 )

My husband and I went in here for lunch on Saturday. The service was terrible, not sure how the food is because we didn't get any! We waited for over 15 minutes after being seated and receiving our menus, but no one came to take our order. We left when we saw a couple being served who had come in after we had. The service, or lack thereof, was very disorganized and haphazard. Won't be going there again.

Hans Cafe

randomdiner
Tipperary
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 15th November 2012 (visited 9 November 2012 )

Have been here many times however I finally decided to leave a review after my last visit. I will leave aside its no bookings policy as well as cash only policy (wink wink) and the small venue with every inch squeezed out it of it. The food here is of excellent quality and most dishes are presented very well. However the menu seldom changes in particular its specials where a chef normally uses their own creativity, seasonal produce and the potential for a dish to become the new best seller to bring something different to a menu. The food here is mostly nice it feels a little designed by committee rather than the flair and style of the house chef. However I must also say its bread is excellent and if you can find or get found by a waitress the never any problem getting more. My biggest criticism however is the service, after living abroad I only realised when returning is that restaurant service in Ireland is awful and no exception here, one lady tries her best but management seems to allow its staff to do everything and nothing. Why no individual sections for wait staff, regular checks to see if everything is ok and at busy times a barista so the waitress does not disappear for 10 minutes to make a few euro of coffee while I looking to order 10 times that value in food and drink. My last visit I only got my food as my fellow diner was finishing theirs. All in all its a bit of a mixed bunch it does quite well on certain areas but never does it improve where its lacking ie. menu creativity and most of all service. Its very very lucky that Cashel is a bit of a no go area in terms of dining out so its basic quality should keep it soldiering on and the reputation of its bigger brother Chez Hans has certainly helped it hugely also although its quality of service seems to have gotten lost despite them being neighbours.

Hans Cafe

tphelan
Kildare
4 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 05th January 2011 (visited 31 December 2010 )

Had a fantastic New Years eve lunch with my wife. Food was outstanding with very fresh flavours from the organic ingredients used. Service was very nicely paced for a couple looking for a lazy luch over a bottle of wine. Fresh hot bread out of the oven to start, goats cheese salad starter and pan fried hake main course were all beautiful. The only negative I would have is that the table space does feel cramped - we were at a table for 2 with a table for 6 beside us - people sitting at this table had the back of their chairs practically against our table which was a little off putting especially when they had long hair...

Hans Cafe

maireide
Tipperary
20 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 10th December 2010 (visited 7 December 2010 )

CONSISTENCY is the key word here re delicious food, wide choices in all the courses,smiling,helpful staff, superb value for money.I keep returning to it and have sampled everything on the menu. Each visit is a delightful, culinary experience and has never failed to please in all its areas. I wish its owners would furnish us with a cookery book - food is so gorgeous. I enjoyed wholesome mushroom soup with homemade breads, organic loin of succulent pork on a bed of full-flavoured red cabbage and lots of fresh veg on the above date. Amonst my favoutite meals is their coronation chicken,lamb cutlets and all their fresh seafood dishes. Desserts are irresistible.I love the iced nougat, chock mousse, their rare bread and butter pudding and home-made ice cream. I bring a tupperware in order to take a second one away! Can't do this café justice. My slight grouse would be -is to find a seat at lunch time- it fills up so quickly and also that it doesn't open on Sunday or Monday..

Hans Cafe

Chanel
Tipperary
19 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 10th June 2010 (visited 4 June 2010 )

Went there for a late lunch and it was my first time in there. I had heard great things about the place and it rang true. Food was tasty, extensive menu and lovely staff. It was quiet when we arrived in but it got very busy then. No music from what I can recall but inside decor was nice. We were waiting ages for our food but it was fabulous and we got some really nice bread while we were waiting. I will definitely go back and would recommend to anyone to try, just make sure you're not in a rush!!

Hans Cafe

Neadi
Tipperary
36 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 18th March 2010 (visited 12 March 2010 )

Excellent food and service. Can be busy at times, often you will have to wait, well worth it though

Hans Cafe

aka79

9 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 26th April 2009 (visited 25 April 2009 )

Café Hans is a very special Cafe as it serves out food at excellent quality. Their open from 12.00 to 5.00 pm, so to avoide the queues, we decided to go early, and we got a seat straight away, but if you do happen to arrive while full, there is a waiting area, where you stay until you are called for a table. You could be waiting from 2minutes, up to 20 minutes, but people don't mind waiting, because they know its worth waiting for. I ordered a starter and a main. My starter was their signature Mushroom Soup. It was so good! I never wanted the soup to end. Real rich, fresh, and creamy. And then for my main, I ordered the Special, which was a Huge Fish Cake with Salmon and mussels,sitting on top of a bed of Pea Risotto, which melted in my mouth. Excellent quality a reasonable prices.

Hans Cafe

colmf
Tipperary
34 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 09th February 2009 (visited 7 February 2009 )

Cafe Hans is the day time version of the more famous Chez Hans. The food is amond the best cafe food you'll find anywhere. I usually get the steak sandwich. Normally I like to try different things on a menu when I visit a restaurant however I really like the Steak Sandwich. Having seen what my companions eat the standard of other dishes is equally high. The cafe is just at the base of the Rock of Cashel so if you have worked up an appetite walking around the World Heritage site this should be your destination. The only problem is the cafe is so busy you will have to wait for a table. They have crammed in as many tables as they can but demand is so high you will have around 15-20 minutes wait to be seated. However don't be tempted to go elsewhere. There is no where within 20 miles up to this standard for Lunch.

Hans Cafe

sarahjessica
Dublin
10 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 03rd December 2008 (visited 3 December 2008 )

Café Hans is THE best place to visit in Cashel and a really good base between Dublin & Cork. It is a spin off of the old and distinguished Chez Hans, famous with us locals and the county as a whole. They don't take bookings so if time is tight, allow for a ten minute wait. There is always a queue but is worth waiting for! The food is fresh and fabulous- alimited menu is done well.Desserts are to die for.Its biggest plus for me in the age of conveyor belt service is that I have never ever felt rushed or put under pressure to leave to allow others to sit. It's obvious to me that the people running this love what they do and want you to too.

Hans Cafe

senan
Tipperary
3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 01st September 2008 (visited 20 July 2008 )

Just a quick note to recommend Cafe Hans to anyone passing through Cashel and looking for a tasty, value for money way to pass an hour or so. The service is warm, the food excellent and with enough variety to suit my wife's craving for a tasty salad, and my own love of a nice lamb cutlet.

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