Pleasant setting for lunch. Food very tasty and staff very friendly. Lovely coffee and good choice of teas also on offer. Homemade treats looked lovely but we didn't sample
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The food is good here, not unfortunately a category that Trip Advisor recognise. The staff were very pleasant and helpful but it does get very busy in the summer. The teas and coffees were excellent and the food was good. We had a mixture of...More
Popped into the Starfish Bistro for a brunch and had the best french toast we've ever tasted. French toast with bacon, maple syrup, bananas and natural yoghurt. Simply delicious. Yes there was a bit of a wait but we knew the food was being freshly...More
Very tasty basil and pesto soup with great brown bread. However, 20 minutes for soup to be served is too long and place was not full.
What a find....outstanding breakfast with homemade granola that would keep a farmer from Fermanagh going for a week!Best French toast ever!We loved this place so much we went 3 days on the trot for breakfast.Sweet girls who couldn't do enough for you.Do NOT miss it!
This is a lovely cafe in the main street of Dunfanaghy, Co Donegal. It ticks all the boxes - welcoming friendly staff, good coffee, lovely bright cheerful decor, and clean loos! Congratulations - the Starfish Cafe gets it right! See you again soon.
We arrived on a very busy Saturday but were quickly shown to a table, there was quite a wait for service which wss understandable considering how busy they were and which the staff apologised for on numerous occasions. It was worth the wait as the...More
On our short trip to Dunfanaghy, we made sure to try a few different places, and here did not disappoint for lunch on our last day. The very friendly young waitress helpfully informed us of their all-day breakfast, so my husband had smoked salmon with...More
We have visited this cafe several times over the past few years. It's usually as a second choice when other cafés are too busy. Each time we have visited, the service is very poor. It is usually woefully understaffed; it is not the waitresses fault...More