The person running it valerie up and left everyone high and dry I had stock on sale in there and I got no money she owes my hundreds
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Called in here about 4.30pm. Woman on duty seemed disinterested. Looked like an estate agent with here. Asked her about afternoon tea meal. She said was too late. Only coffee and cakes available. I said surely you could make sandwiches . She was rude and...More
A very welcoming place, food is delicious and staff are friendly Would highly recommend for people to check it out. Nice wee curious and antique place out the back too.
Gorgeous little gem just on the outskirts of dundalk. The food is wholesome and delicious and the atmosphere is cosy and relaxed. You can tell by looking at all the deserts and scones that everything is homemade. It's just like being back in grannies kitchen....More
It is good top see a building that was lying idle for so long been put to good use.This is a sweet,charming place with nice friendly staff and the food is (usually) very good
Had enjoyed a few nice snacks here. Recently went again (Oct 14), but the food was terrible. I had quiche and chips. The chips had been fried at least twice if not three times. The quiche was hard and more cheese than anything. Has really...More
Food here is always good, very fresh. Relaxed and plenty of space with the tables not being on top of each other. Staff always nice & a bit of craic out of them.
The Coachman's is just a hidden treasure as one travels the OLD DUBLIN ROAD in or out of Dundalk. May not be the best to look at from the outside, but do NOT let that put you off. It is not that long re-opened and...More
Thoroughly enjoyed delicious sandwiches and cake at this charming tea rooms. This is what afternoon tea is all about! Although, indeed, their menu is more extensive than just tea and cakes. Am looking forward to returning, although it is a long distance from Dublin!