We were there for lunch and we only wanted something small, so I got a ciabatta with porchetta, provolone and sundried tomatoes and my husband a bruschetta that were fairly tasty but really nothing special, especially at €7 each...you'd expect at least a bit of side salad...
The staff was friendly but they all had very poor English (I felt I had to choose my words carefully to be sure they'd understand me!) and the restaurant in itself if nice for something that's in the middle of a shopping outlet.
They don't really have competition in Kildare Village (apart from the takeaway food stall and Starbucks) but the next time I'll definitely grab a hot dog instead!
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