About us

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Since it first opened its doors in 1999, Passion Café has attracted a dedicated number of regulars who pop in almost every day to enjoy anything from a quick coffee and scone in the morning, a tasty wrap at lunchtime to a rib-eye steak and glass of rioja in the evening.

Formerly the force behind The Wicklow Arms Delgany, the renowned eatery that enjoyed unprecedented popularity during the eighties and nineties, Malcolm Spendlove has created a similarly warm, friendly and relaxed environment in Passion Cafe.

Come for breakfast and enjoy a huge choice of dishes, including freshly-baked muffins, traditional porridge, American-style pancakes with fresh fruit and maple syrup, homemade granola, smoked salmon bagel and The Full Monty, a gastronomic challenge that includes eggs, bacon, sausages, mushrooms, tomato, baked beans, sautéed potato and toast.

Lunch and dinner can be as grand or as simple as you like: try a plate of nachos, duck spring rolls, home made brown bread sandwich, a variety of salads, fish "n" chips, burgers, wraps, fajitas and many more delicious options.

Your meal will not be complete if you don't spoil yourself with one of our dessert specialties, including triple layer chocolate truffle cake, mixed berry pavlova roulade, lemon meringue pie, Manhattan baked cheesecake, a brownie - and it doesn't stop there!

On Sundays, from October to the end of April, Passion Café offers traditional Sunday lunch including roast beef, lamb, chicken and pork. This is when its reputation as a family-friendly restaurant is most apparent. Children are made especially welcome with colouring pencils and a picture and - if you sit on our all- weather terrace or at one of our tables outside the front door - you can even bring along your four-legged friend!

Open seven days a week from 9:00 until 23:00, Passion Café offers a varied menu to suit every taste.