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“Warm welcome and delightful food”
Review of Joan's Cafe Nua

Joan's Cafe Nua
Ranked #5 of 5 Restaurants in Annascaul
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Reviewed 22 October 2017

The Cafe is bright and quirky, full of beautiful colours and art work.
The food is loving prepared, fresh and delicious.
I had the warm black pudding salad - awesome and full of surprises!
I'll be back :-)

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Thank MCon
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Reviewed 10 October 2017

Delighted to have discovered this gem of a place in Annascaul. Their salads which contained all the goodness of home-grown veg. and herbs were to die for. Didn't have time for dessert but were thrilled to be able to take away one of each! It was so hard to choose one but on my next visit I will certainly be sampling all of them again and again...I know this cafe is new so I wish the owner every success and if she keeps up with her freshly home bakes and dishes she will be a winner..

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Reviewed 23 August 2017 via mobile

We had lunch there today, we had a vegetarian curry and a wild mushroom bruschetta. From the minute we met the lady at the door chalking up the menu, we were intrigued!! We went inside and were straight away drawn to the Large Room/ Art Gallery. We were warmly greeted and sat near the window. The service was lovely and friendly and the menu explained itself. The food was to die for and totally un expected which was such a lovely treat. Coffee was great. One customer picked up a guitar while we there and sang away up the front of the restaurant which added beautifully to the lovely ambience of this lovely little gem of a place!!!

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Reviewed 20 August 2017

Dropped in here for a quick bite in the early afternoon and had a mushroom bruschetta,it was delicious.We are looking forward to coming back here to sample other delights!!

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Reviewed 18 August 2017

Divine fresh food, we had the fingerlicking butternut and chickpea curry, (cardamom pods delicious in it), toasties had proper home cooked ham, big thick slices (yum) and the cakes were sublime, especially the sweet potato brownie and crumble. This used to be a pottery and is very chilled out and friendly. delicious home-made food and definitely worth a stop for the cake if not for lunch!

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