|Mrs. B's, Killybegs|
The cafe is situated in a little street up from the Diamond and you get to it by turning in from the pier toward the Bay View Hotel and then turning left and up the hill and the cafe is opposite the excellent Hughie's Seafood Bar (22 Main Street).
|Mrs. B's cappuccino|
|The interior of Mrs. B's|
|Mrs. B's excellent seafood chowder and homemade brown bread|
Ordinarily the seafood chowder, served with homemade brown bread, is more than enough but we were felt like treating ourselves and going for our favourite paninis too and making this an early dinner ~ well it was after 4pm and we had a night out planned back in Dunkineely!
|Panini filled with mozzarella, sun dried tomatoes, red onions and black olives|
There are many other things to chose from from the large chalk board on the wall and all the food is homemade on the premises. There are options for celiacs (they offer breads, pasta, and desserts suitable for celiacs), vegetarians and dishes for children and babies (they supply baby high chairs too).
There is a specials board with two or three specials from which to chose too (mains such as quiche, shepherd's pie, etc. with prices from €6.95 - €7.95). And for cake lovers, Mrs. B's must be their Nirvana! Lots of homemade cakes, buns, cupcakes, tarts, and other sweets to enjoy. They also do a variety of breakfasts which we must try if we arrive there earlier next time (although their breakfast is actually available all day)
But as I said, we had already decided on our paninis and these arrived with our drinks and were just as good as all the previous times we have enjoyed them at Mrs. B's. We were stuffed to the gills as they say but managed to get ourselves over to the till to pay for our feast.
As we were leaving, I spoke with one of the owners, Ann Conaghan, who told me that with her friend Mary Breslin, they opened Mrs. B's in March this year. She confirmed that all the food is homemade but to be honest, it is pretty obvious anyway and you can even sample some of their baking from little plates of samples of their baking on the counter.
|The dining area of Mrs. B's|
Try it, you will definitely not be disappointed!
THE NITTY GRITTY
Our bill for 2 seafood chowder (5.50 each), 2 paninis (€6.95 each), one cappuccino (€2.50), 1 americano (€2), and one tea (€1.50) came to €30.90
Location: Main Street, Killybegs, County Donegal
Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm
Disabled access/lavatory: Yes
Children/babies catered for: Yes
Vegetarians and celiacs catered for: Yes