Address: 24 Sullivan's Quay
Telephone: +353 21 4317026
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 9am-9pm
Type: Health Food Shop
Description: Located just over the river, across the footbridge from the Grand Parade. Breakfast is served until 12pm each day.
Bee said on 2012/09/18:
Great, great place for vegetarians and vegans and anyone with a heart who loves good food.
mr.b said on 2008/08/07:
good but does not come any where near The Phoenix
samuel gersbach said on 2008/07/17:
excelent wholesome food great shop too
ron said on 2008/04/17:
I'm a carnivore myself. I have eaten in the quay coop several times and everytime its a positive, tasty experience. Their hot food is great and their salads are pretty fresh. Price wise its good value with big sevings and gorgeous dessert. so to summarise, great values, great food, good atmosphere, great staff , A+
Scooby said on 2008/04/15:
This place (restaurant and health store) was our favourite thing about Cork!! I think the rating on all the other reviews say it all really. It is obviously very busy though so best avoided at busy times for eating. Brilliant place!
LedZepLouise said on 2008/02/04:
All I can say is; YYYYUUUUMMMMYYYY
Des said on 2007/08/08:
I recently went to the Quay Coop when recomended by a friend . I had an evening meal for 10.50 that was enough to fill my bottomless belly . It was full of flavour and goodness and being a meat eater myself i didnt feel like i was missing anything.I couldnt resist the chocolate cake all i can say is YUM, whoever makes that YUM well done.. The atmosphere was lovely and relaxed . A deffinate thumbs up from me .....
badgerman said on 2007/02/06:
A charming, friendly and fun cafe. Beautiful food,loads to choose from even for a picky blighter like me, lively atmosphere too.
S. said on 2006/10/09:
I eat here with my vegan friend all of the time. I'm a carnivore myself, but to tell you the truth, I really like the food here! it's good wholesome food, it's alive, and not boiled to bits, and it's full of flavour. the prices of a good meal in Ireland are so expensive, but I find myself spending very little here. great job!
Jane said on 2005/07/09:
On holiday for five days (June 2005), we ate here on four evenings, lunch on one occasion and once for breakfast. There was little breakfast choice for someone on a vegan/gluten-free diet (other than mushrooms, beans and tomatoes) and it was expensive, so we only had evening meals/lunch after that. In contrast, they were excellent with a lot of choice for vegans/gluten-free people like myself, and good value for money. The portions were large and the desserts fantastic, particularly the trifle. It was also good to have soya cappuccino. The cafe is attractive with the plants and different colour tablecloths, nice colour schemes, newspapers to read and an airy feel. What let the place down badly was the rude and off-hand staff who seem to dislike their work and their customers! (One young man in particular who shall be nameless) It was peculiar that they were so unfriendly because everyone else we met in Cork was wonderful - very warm - and so helpful. On our last day we encountered a different girl behind the counter who made up for the others to a degree - she was delightful and made us feel welcome for a change. All in all, a good place to eat. With an evening meal for two, including coffees, for around 25 Euros, it represents pretty good value for the hungry vegan traveller! (The wholefood shop downstairs is superb - we bought a lot of cold food/snacks to take back to our hotel and on picnics)
Niall said on 2005/01/16:
Considered by man to be Irelands best Health Food Shop. One half of the shop sells organic veg, remedies and cosmetics, the other has a huge range of food complete with a large fridge and freezer section. Plenty of vegan stuff for picnics and when you’ve had enough you can pop upstairs for hot food.