Dropped in with some friends for a bite of lunch. The place was busy but there was ample staff to provide an efficient service. I can recommend the chowder and the brown bread.
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Charming little cafe along the quays of Westport Harbor. Breakfast of perfectly cooked and nicely presented poached eggs on crusty baguette with delicious rashers and bits of fresh spinach was a treat. Pleasant and efficient service were an added plus.
We came to Westport with relative from Ashford. We are from Seattle. We arrived as they opened and the feast was on. We had french toast that was the greatest. Salmon and eggs, pie and scones. Excellent coffee and some items to go. Everything was...More
This little cafe has everything lovely food freshly prepared, a menu that suits everyone with daily specials and very friendly and helpful staff.
We've stopped here any time we've been in Westport, and it's been a pleasure each time. Attentive staff, quick service, and a great selection of food from pastries and cakes to some light dishes and a few mains.
You couldn't ask for a better selection of cakes. We enjoyed our tea/coffee and cake stop en route to Croagh Patrick. Very lovely and pretty, lots of quirks and in general great attention to detail. Possibly experiencing a plumbing issue the day of our visit...More
Having had a 2 course late lunch elsewhere we decided to try the Creel for dessert. We were immediately brought to a table. The inside of the restaurant is quirky with olde worlde teapots and crockery, sofas and benches to supplement the tables. We partook...More
Visited early august for what looked to be a very promising breakfast! Gorgeous interior......commented "we're going to love this"! Not to be I'm afraid .....rude waiting staff ignored us(after clearly noticing us sitting down )! Had to leave after 15 mins of bring ignored .....never...More
Visited the Creel restaurant twice over the August bank holiday weekend. Quirky, busy restaurant with a good menu and attentive staff. The cakes were superb. If I was going to be a little picky it's borderline expensive for what you get, otherwise well worth a...More