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Blue Bay Cafe in Down

7,5

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The Blue Bay Cafe offered a selection of both breakfast & lunch options, which we found to be delicious & a good value. The staff was warm & welcoming, with plenty of attention to detail. Highly recommended! Located in the middle of town near the waterfront. We also applaud their work to raise money for cancer screening.
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10 November 2018
10.0
Visited here after a brill day a mount panther. Wow the food is delicious!! I ordered my 1 year old a ham and cheese sandwich - the ingredients are first class! No wafer thin ham here proper thick cut “boiling ham” the ham you would get with your Sunday dinner!! I had a chicken bacon Brie and cranberry toastie and a few other had the specials on for the day and all raved about it! They also have delicious cakes and Home made scones and the staff are so friendly can not recommend highly enough and will definitely be back when in the area! FIRST CLASS
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16 August 2018
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06/10/2018: We were due to try a place called the ham and bone? but this had closed down so tried here. We rang for a booking but the phone was not answered. On arrival we got a table ok but were told they needed it back at 7.30pm. This was ok as it was 5.30pm. Starters we had the smoked salmon and I had the cheese melt. Fondue is making a big come back and this had plenty of cheese which was better after being left to warm up. Plenty of toast to dip in it. Mains I had Ribeye and we also a burger. French fried onions I now know are onion rings. Service was very quick but the steak was over. Nice evening.

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