Baurnafea House

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Located a short distance from Rathcoole Community Centre, Baurnafea House provides a variety of modern cuisines with an Italian twist. Their menu includes meals such as a Cajun chicken burger, beef burger, and chicken wings, as well as pepperoni pizza. Patrons can also enjoy live music and cheer on their favourite team during the transmissions of football games.
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HM
Dublin
1 review
Dined on 20 September 2019
Overall 1food 1service 3ambience 1

Menu was extremely limited, only offered pizza for main course, not as advertised, won’t be returning, staff were very nice

AM
1 review
Dined on 7 April 2019
Overall 2food 1service 1ambience 1

went about 5 on a Sunday, the man behind the bar was very nice, ordered garlic mushrooms and sunday dinner ( Carvery) there about about 10 people in there, After 40 mins the mushrooms came out, then we had to wait another 40 mins for a Carvery? all it had to was be lifted on a plate, service is the slowest I even been to in my life, the norm is you stand at carvery and get it there an then, but one bar man, doing all the work, the sunday carvery was awful, the mash was nearly solid, the rest tasted like it came straight from a microwave dinner, Really bad have to say, the garlic mushrooms were just battered mushrooms with a garlic dip on side, straight out of a packet in to deep fryer, the nicest part was the bit of salad with the mushrooms,
the carvery had turkey, stuffing, cabbage , peas , I can safely say I would never eat here again,

took that long I decided to leave dessert, as did not want to wait another 40 mins for this,

I can see now why for such a big place it was empty