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Found Out

Posted on | May 27, 2008 | 2 Comments

This morning did not start well: the car broke down on the school run and it was raining. After all was sorted: the car fixed and kids dropped to school, I decided to call in to The Found Out Cafe in Innishannon.

Its located on the Main Street, I pass it regularly on the way to and from Cork and always mean to pop in. Its bright, airy and very welcoming. Large windows which look out onto the street and not too crowded seat wise. Theres also a seating area outside at the rear for brighter days and for smokers. Once I was seated the waitress dropped over a menu.

I had intended just getting a coffee and a scone but the bagel with cream cheese and bacon caught my eye and I realised I was hungry.

I had expected more streaky and crispy bacon but chopped up bits of rasher, as you can see, were on top of the cream cheese. It did taste good, although I felt it lacked something. The latte was excellent. Total cost was approximately €7.

There was a steady stream of customers to the cafe whilst I was there on a Tuesday morning, though a trio of men left disappointed once they heard the full irish breakfast wasn’t available.

The menu offers a good range of salads, breads, brunch and lunch dishes aswell as a fine selection of cakes and tarts should afternoon tea appeal to you. Service was friendly and efficient.  It has a nice ambience and perfect for taking a few minutes out to revive, chill out and watch the world go by. I’ll definitely call again.

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2 Responses to “Found Out”

  1. Arhonda Bend
    April 21st, 2009 @ 4:03 pm

    Ok, now I want one of those! Looks gorgeous!

  2. Manic Mammy
    April 21st, 2009 @ 4:20 pm

    Hi Arhonda,

    It was. Which reminds me that I must pop in there again soon….

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