The Mullichain Carlow Café and Restaurant is part of the tastefully restored old grain store buildings that in times gone by were used by the Grand Canal Company and then Odlums, the millers. Enjoy freshly ground coffee and a range of homemade scones and cakes. Or why not have a glass of wine or craft beer with an extensive menu which includes homemade soups, tasty salads or a panini/ciabatta wrap accompanied by a friendly chat from proprietors Mark or Martin.
You can sit and watch the Heron fishing on the weir when the tide is out or watch the cruisers passing on the rising tide on their way to the sea, this is truly a stunning valley where the barrow walk way begins . The Café is on two floors of the beautifully restored Old Grain store building and has extensive picnic tables along the side of the harbour wall. On a dull day you can sit upstairs on the couch and have a good read. You can enjoy the Mullichain Local Walks along the River Barrow, returning in time for refreshments and much more at THE MULLICHÁIN CAFÉ on St. Mullins Quay! and with takeaway options available. Please see our walk booklets onsite which gives you a variety of walks from the lazy stroll to the 4 hour walk up to the top of white mountain where you have a panoramic view over Carlow
The Mullichain Cafe is open for Click & Collect Takeaway service. Situated on the banks of the river Barrow in St Mullins know as The Jewel of the Barrow where you can sit with a glass of wine a good coffee and watch the river flow on their extensive picnic benches.
Opening hours: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., weekends in February and daily March to October. Closed Monday except on Bank Holidays, closed on Tuesday instead.
Take-Away options available. Click and Collect or phone 051-424440/086-8288047.
Please check for further updates on Covid 19 restrictions on The Mullichain Café website at www.mullichaincafe.ie or email email@example.com or phone 051-424440/086-8288047 and check the Carlow Tourism website.
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Perfect mix of fresh air and fine food : Dining al fresco is a rare treat in this country, so when its warm we all want to eat outdoors. Here are just a handful of places that offer great seats when the sun shines, writes CATHERINE CLEARY, from the Irish Times: Mullichain Cafe does it Again.