Very small cafe, but largely deserted as it was a cold and wet day. Good cafe food, didn't expect more. Excellent friendly service. Sensible prices.
great food good home baking well worth the trip down the hill to the bottom the service was excellent prices very good
I loved ballintoy, it's a beautiful spot! We had scones with jam and cream with pot of tea. The scones were lovely but our tea was barely warm and it was a cold day and because of buggy we had to sit outside so really wanted something to warm us up! By time we got someone's attention our scones were... More
Nice little cafe in amazing location and is very popular as a result. The food is very nice and homemade but for what it is, its quite pricey - but you are partly paying for the location. The cafe is very small but you can sit outside.
We went here for a late lunch on a busy Bank Holiday. When we saw the selection of desserts and cakes we all decided to have toasted sandwiches so we would have room for dessert. The choice of homemade cakes, buns and creamy desserts was fantastic. We had raspberry ruffle cheesecake, mint aero cheesecake, pavlova and Malteser ice cream. Absoluty... More
We stayed up near Ballintoy and its was brilliant, it has a lovely beach. For lunch we went to this cafe and I ordered a cheese chicken and onion panini. We asked for a takeaway. It took for ages and there was hardly any room inside the cafe and it was crowded eventually we got our food and took it... More
Don't miss this lovely café in Ballentoy Harbour. The food was all home made, beautiful cakes, slices, pies etc. We had lovely home made soup and toasted sandwiches. This was an unbelievable spot with wonderful food. You won't be disappointed.
I arrived with Friends on foot on gorgeous July day -I hadn't packed adequately for our picnic lunch .. So supplemented my lunch with an amazing homemade blueberry scone and traybake from Roark's Kitchen . ( We were walking 6 miles after all ;)But had I wished I could have added in fresh sausage rolls , sandwiches , and the... More
We were advised to go to Ballintoy Harbour and visit Roark's Kitchen, which we did on our last day in Antrim. After a rather hairy drive down to the harbour we finally arrived at a small car park and saw the restaurant immediately. As we weren't hungary and had only gone for a cup of tea and a scone, we... More
Food is very good and varied (especially their homemade cakes & puddings). Prices are very reasonable. Situated in a beautiful little harbour just off the Antrim coast road.
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