Discover Restaurants offering the best Cafe food in Graiguenamanagh, Kilkenny, Province of Leinster. Graiguenamanagh or Graignamanagh (Irish: Gráig na Manach, meaning "village of the monks") is a town in County Kilkenny, Ireland. It is located on the R705 regional road by the border with County Carlow on the River Barrow at the foot of Brandon Hill. It is home to Duiske Abbey, the largest and perhaps the finest of the thirty-four medieval Cistercian abbeys in Ireland.
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Locally run cafe and bakery, overlooking the picturesque River Barrow. Excellent walking, cycling, kayaking and boating on our doorstep. Weekly changing menu including excellent sandwiches, soups and homemade baking.
We cycled down the River Barrow one Sunday, finishing in Graiguenamanagh. Boats Cafe was a welcome sight. Freshly painted on the outside with some cute outdoor seats. The menu had some tasty treats, salads, soups... one of those menus that you want to try everything! And that's what I did :) I ordered a sandwich and sides salad with the chowder. Oh. My. God. The chowder. It was divine. Thick and creamy with plenty of fresh fish. If you're to have nothing else, you'll walk away a very satisfied customer. Staff were attentive and super friendly. All in all a little gem of a cafe!
A friendly and cosy spot to come for breakfast and lunch. We delight in catering for all tastes, including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. Great coffee as well!
We were walking part of the Barrow Way up from St Mullin's and wanted to look for lunch in Graiguenamanagh.Other places we saw in the town were offering substantial meals - not something we wanted when we were walking on for several additional kilometres.This is an excellent cafÃ© offering well-prepared flavourful dishes. The selection isn't enormous, but I feel this means they do everything they do very well. Well worth a visit if you find yourself in Graiguenamanagh
4 based on 167 reviews
Day time cafe serving home made and locally sourced food, excellent coffee from an artisan roaster, organic salads grown in the area
A friend and I went for a lovely walk in Mount Juliet and then rambled in for some refreshments in the Blackberry Cafe. There was a lovely friendly atmosphere in this busy Cafe thanks to 'Julie' who looked after us promptly and gave us a really warm welcome. The home baking is delicious. Definitely recommend a visit.
4 based on 73 reviews
We were recommended to go here for a drink by our Airbnb hosts as they said that the pub part, âCarollâsâ had recently reopened. We had such a lovely evening, the atmosphere was great and there was even someone in there playing a guitar and singing. We discovered that they did food as âToastâ, previously situated around the corner, so we decided to nurse our hangovers with a breakfast...an excellent decision. The food was lovely, well presented and we didnât have to wait long. The staff were really friendly made us feel at home. We even found that the atmosphere, although different from the night before, was just as lovely and welcoming. We returned a couple of days later and had the burrito.....again, superb, fresh and filling! If, or when, we return to Thomastown weâll definitely be back for drinks in the evening and a cure in the morning ;-)Many thanks.
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