Set in a lovely building, this bright ground floor café is a pleasing place to take a break and has become a favourite for its many regular customers.
Interesting old prints of Waterford life adorn the walls and there’s a spacious seating area with couches, reading material and tables and also an outdoor eating area.
A self service operation, you read the menu over the food display and order from that, or have sandwiches and wraps made up freshly by staff.
The food is simple but good - breakfast, sandwiches, quiches, pies, soups and desserts. You might try Quiche Lorraine, perhaps, or chicken pie with salad for lunch, but chef Peter Fowler’s wholesome food should delight you with its home made flavour.Baking is a particular strength and many local people make a point of popping in for a cuppa and a slice of cake or a freshly baked tart.
There’s a gift shop and a deli selling artisan foods too, so allow time to browse.