Madelines Country Kitchen restaurant
The Square, Tinahely, Arklow, Arklow
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Reviewed 19th June 2013 (visited 4 June 2013 )
This eatery offers a cosy atmosphere with value for money. Had the lasagne, chips and salad and it represented real home cooking, tasty , hot and freshly prepared. My other half had the chicken and while he felt the portion a little small it was very tasty. We had 2 lovely coffees biscuits and it did not break the bank. Our waitress was exceptionally efficient and pleasant. All in all a good experience and we will be back
Reviewed 26th September 2011 (visited 24 September 2011 )
Eight of us lunched in Madeline’s along with a couple of children. Everyone of us left feeling we had a really good experience. The service was very friendly and the staff but our large group very much at ease the second we entered the restaurant. With two children and an new born infant that is no mean feat. Most of us had starters ranging from soup @ €4.00 to the most expensive which was pate with toast €8.00. We also ordered two and half bottles of wine. There was lots of water and orange aid on the table when we arrived plus lots of homemade brown bread. The mains were all €10.00 each and included Turkey & Ham, Bacon & Cabbage , Filet of Plaice and there was roast Loin of Pork plus one or two other comfort food stables. The waitress was very helpful in helping some of our party choose their dishes. The potatoes were severed separately and the expression “great balls of flower” come to mind as they were fantastic and were devoured by our hungry party. The children were well catered for with chicken gougons and chips. We had a birthday girl in our party and the previous day had made a phone request to have a birthday cake served which they gladly obliged with a home baked cake with singing waitress and candles. Once the candles were blown out the waitress whisked the cake away and it was duly served with strawberries and side sauce, very well presented. Everyone left happy especially when we were presented the bill which came in with our tip at €200.00. At €25 a head for excellent food and service had a very good experience. Well worth a visit and they are open for both Lunch and Dinner.
Reviewed 20th November 2008 (visited 20 November 2008 )
This place is now called Wild Honey, didnt think much of it, i guess it is what it is, basic food you might whip up at home, i had lunch here, just a soup and a sandwich, nothing special about it at all but nothing wrong either, wouldnt entice me back realy.