Airfield, Dublin

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  • I was blown away by the integrity of what they have set out to do and achieved in Airfield. The cafe space is exquisite, I loved the wood and glass. The food is a rare treat in terms of quality and in...  more »
  • I was disappointed to see that the excellent table service, which had been in place since opening day, has been replaced by self-service. It took nearly 10 minutes of queuing after paying for 2 Americ...  more »
  • Beautiful and relaxing environment, delicious food (my sister loved especially the apparently homebaked berry muffin) and coffee for good price value. Definitely a must-see for families visiting Dubli...  more »
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  • Unfortunately, we had a very tough experience at airfield cafe. We drove down with high hopes, surely there would be lovely food since this is a working farm. We arrived ten to 12, just in time before breakfast closes, but we're told there were no more scrambled eggs. Generally not an issue, but sadly this only left two meals; porridge or breakfast with boiled eggs. None of which was appealing. Scones we're also out. Lunch wasn't served until half past 12 so we sat around for 30min. We then queued up again, hungry as wolves at 12:30, discovering the queue to order food already leading outside the building. Took us 25 min to order and receive food. We got back to our place to discover people had taken our chairs, jacket and my bag since we were gone for so long. Staff was friendly but helpless and seemed overwhelmed. The food was barely average, the quiches we ordered we're stone cold by the time we got to our seats, and overall it was just a bit dull. I really urge the restaurant management to please consider the layout of the cafe and how food turnover times are handled. It can be done smoothly, so please don't put families with kids through this. I was there with my fiance and we don't have any kids yet, but it must be an ever bigger nightmare for families! I would not recommend this place for breakfast or lunch, but can imagine afternoon coffee or tea with cake to be much more pleasant. Hope this helps anyone planning a visit!
  • Fantastic experience. Food all home grown served with a smile in the restaurant. Tour of house well done with many elements of the family history available for viewing. Feeding animals and collecting eggs and milk also available. A great day out for all the family.
  • It's amazing how this calm place can be close to the city. Amazing opportunity to have a break and enjoy some nature, get in touch with the animals and relax, enjoy some coffee while walking trough their garden and. Perfect place for kids as well.
  • Great venue for entertaining kids - farm animals, gardens and play areas. Good facilities and sense of space. History to the place and well preserved estate house. Good on site restaurant with breakfast, lunch options for adults and kids.
  • Only used cafe. I hear gardens are nice. Cafe is bright and busy. Family oriented. Tasty enough food. Queue for service. Wasn't a great range of lunch options..South Dublin location.

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