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I came here for lunch on a Saturday afternoon. I had the Da Mo Panino which was very good value as it consisted of three segments instead of the usual 2. It was very tasty too. Falling down points were the service and atmosphere. There were only 4 other customers in the place but I had to go up to the counter for the glass of water I'd asked for twice already. Also, the stone/tile shop next door seemed to be going alot of their stonecutting on the path outside which created a loud racket in the café.
Posted 6th Apr 2010 by AILRUGBYFoodie: 9 reviews
Staff are very friendly and helpful. Had a soup and Panini lunch for just under a tenner.Nice place but more of a shop (deli) than a restaurant. It has a few tables and a small menu.
Posted 30th Sep 2009 by ARANUAGuru: 42 reviews
I've been here a few times at the weekend for lunch, most recently yesterday. It's a fairly small premises that can feel a little bit cramped when it gets busy, with a deli shop area to the front that sells imported Italian foodstuffs and wine.
Posted 1st Dec 2008 by MR. GREEDYConnoisseur: 11 reviews
The menu is somewhat limited, mainly consisting of panini, soup and salads. However, it's good quality stuff and authentic Italian food, with an interesting range of original panini combinations - my favourite being the one with anchovies, sun-dried tomatoes and mozzeralla - though at €7.50 a go, it's not particularly cheap. Service, whilst fairly friendly, can be a little slow at busy times. Worth a look for lunch if you're in the area.
Excellent Cafe/deli that I never knew of. Went for lunch today and we had a couple of Panini's with coffee. This is a lovely place with top produce, I recommend the Delizia with parma ham, mozzarella, sundried tomatoes and pesto....very tasty. Compared to other cafe's around the area it cant be beaten for quality and the coffee is great too.
Posted 1st Oct 2008 by RUBBER_DUCKConnoisseur: 12 reviews
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