Cavan (/ˈkævən/; Irish: an Cabhán, meaning "the hollow") is the county town of County Cavan in Ireland. The town lies in Ulster, near the border with Northern Ireland. The town is on the main N3 road that links Dublin (to the south) with Enniskillen, Ballyshannon and Donegal Town (to the north).
Things to do in Cavan
4 based on 142 reviews
Stopped for a quick lunch on the outskirts of Cavan town. Patrick our waiter was most helpful and very attentive.
The Menu offering in the bar is full of exciting choices. Gluten free suggestions are also of high quality.
The sparkling water was chilled and served with ice and lemon.
The teas and coffees were of a high quality. Our sandwiches were excellent and nicely served.
This hotel offers real value for money with free parking.
We will be back.
4.5 based on 340 reviews
"Happy and successful cooking doesn't rely only on know how; it comes from the heart, makes a demand on the palate and needs enthusiasm and a deep love of food to bring it to life." About The Oak Room The style of cuisine is modern Irish and the restaurant prides itself on using fresh produce in season; most of which is sourced locally. One of the main aims of The Oak Room is to give quality food and service at a reasonable price. We also offer an outdoor catering service where we deliver to your desired location.
Arrived for our booking, party of 8 and only 3 menus available, not a big deal I hear you say but we were never furnished with one each....a little unprofessional to say the least. So one can get over that but it went further downhill. 4 different waiting staff served our table and yet none of them offered a wine list and we had to ask for a second round of drinks. While the starters were good, the presentation of the steaks was mundane and service overall was very slow.
4.5 based on 233 reviews
this is a family friendly cafe with a lot to offer the hungry traveller,with foods from all around the world form the american eggs benedict made famous by the waldorf hotel,to fajitas to fish and chips this cafe loves what it does and constantly update the menu to please as many as possible. so if you only need to take the waight off with a latte, or want to fill up on an american grill we cater to all. but if you feel you want to try a bit of history why not try our Guinness world record "World largest commercally available full irish/english breakfest" its not for the faint hearted.
My second visit here and it was good as I remembered.
They have a huge menu ranging from the typical Irish fry (anyway you like it), pancakes, sandwiches, burgers and everything in between.
We had a variety of meals, from chicken caesar salad with brown bread, bangers and mash with onion gravy, cajun chicken wrap with a portion of chips and a ham, cheese, mushroom and onion omelette with chips and coleslaw.
To top it off they have lovely friendly staff.
Highly recommend and will be back.
4.5 based on 131 reviews
65 Seater restaurant, american style theme, serving an extensive breakfast and lunch/dinner menu. Wine available. We strive to have a family friendly environment in relaxed and welcoming surroundings.
Have gone to Smith's many times whilst home and am always struck by the friendliness of the staff and the level of service.
Surprised to see some of the reviews here as I've never had any problems with the food - good selection, and the burgers are delicious. Could perhaps use a bigger size of chip portion but that's about it.
4.5 based on 127 reviews
I had lunch in the Big Apple today and had a beautiful meal with great choices on the Menu. The food was beautifully cooked and very well presented. The staff in the Big Apple are so helpful and very friendly. Nothing is too much trouble. Its great value for money. I would highly recommend this great restaurant.
4 based on 40 reviews
On Main Street Of Business District, Has Baked Items, Quiche, Chicken Curry Pie, Shepherds Pie, Lasagne, Salads, Desserts
In country towns in Ireland some use as much local produce as they can. I really dond't get this impression from the Melbourne. It certainly offered a great variety of luncheon options. It seems to be very popular with the locals. The service was good.
But, a restaurant in a rural agricultural area should have more seasonal food and should try harder.
4 based on 49 reviews
Opus One is at the Cavan Crystal Hotel
I recommend this restaurant very highly. All six Adults chose a range of starters and mains...We were all delighted with our choices. I chose the goat's cheese starter and had the hake for mains, both excellent! I had the cheese plate afterwards and the portions were very generous!! The cheese plate alone would have fed four Adults!!.....very,very, good value.
4.5 based on 215 reviews
This is a little gem of a place with an excellent menu, efficient, attentive staff and high quality coffee. Attention to detail is noteworthy and the quality of the food is superb. Will definitely return again.
4.5 based on 67 reviews
We have never eaten in here, just stop for a quick cuppa to go. Have always had a decent cuppa coffee from here. They do have out side tables where you can sit and watch the Cavan world go bye.
4 based on 88 reviews
Had a great lunch & the desert was delicious topped of with some Mauds ice cream.
Restaurant very homely , great atmosphere & good price for food.
Staff very accommodating
Highly recommend a visit to this delightful restaurant in main street Cavan.
Will definetly call again.
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