The Old Bank Cafe, Mayfield, Cork

To people who don’t know the history behind this cafe the name may seem a little peculiar but it really is appropriate as a bank occupied the site for many years and has now been re-incarnated. Jean and I decided to give it a try on our most recent trip in search of new (to us) venues.

There is one designated disabled parking space a short distance from the front door with more standard spaces nearby. The entrance door has a little lip at the bottom which is unavoidable but easily managed.

We were both happy with what we ordered; Jean enjoyed waffles with bacon and cappuccino and my scone with green tea was equally enjoyable. There was a great selection of sweet & savoury snacks along breakfast and lunch options including a range of gluten free products.

The accessible toilet and baby changing room is spacious and clean and most importantly it is accessible. The only issue I had was that the emergency pull cord was about 4 feet off the ground but a very helpful staff member assured me that it would be rectified.

All in all well worth a visit!


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