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30Jun

Irish Times Review by Catherine Cleary

The cafe takes time over its homely, hearty food – and so should you.

It’s disconcerting to see the drops of clear liquid harden and cloud like candlewax when they hit the glass table top. Is this what’s happening in my arteries? But that thought doesn’t stop me fishing for another hot wobble of marrowbone to slather on a corner of toasted sourdough.

27Mar

Irish Examiner Restaurant Review

THERE are moments, just passing ones, but moments of real promise, at this time of the year when the hard, cobalt blue of the cold winter sky is softened by strands of viridian light, an energising, germinating light that promises that spring is coming on the next train; that the circle is indeed unbroken.

The moments pass, later to become spring and summer’s norm, but their pledge is always uplifting.

11Feb

Review by Yummy Yummerson

The Crawford Gallery Cafe is located, as you might have guessed it, in the Crawford Art Gallery in Cork City. If you don't know where to find it, it is on Emmet Place which is just around the corner from the Opera house/ at the top of Opera Lane/ very near Academy Street or Paul Street - whatever gets you there quicker.

Delicious Cooked Breakfast Cork

Breakfast

Serving breakfast from 8:30am each morning, the Crawford Gallery Cafe is a city centre pitstop for people on their way to work, while gallery goers love to start their day with a “pre-museum” bite.

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Tasty Local Produce Cork Lunch

Lunch

We are proud to say that “Lunch at the Crawford' has become something of a Cork institution. Lunch is served between 12 and 3pm each day.

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Tea, Coffee & Cake

Once the hum of the busy lunchtime crowd dissipates, the cafe becomes a haven for those seeking a memorable afternoon tea, or for museum visitors pausing for a coffee injection between exhibits.

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