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TESTIMONIALS FOR OCBs, DUBLIN 2.

"Greetings from a Very Happy Customer J - Many thanks for recommending the Cajun Chicken with Pineapple salad at lunch-time. After not knowing what to have for my Lunch – suggestion was made to have the Pineapple Salad & Cajun Chicken. Had my reservations as never had a Pineapple Salad (Such exotic foods were not available in Walkinstown when I was growing up….) But hats off - It was delicious!!! Well done & many thanks for the super recommendation!!"
Rgds
Rob.

"Tried OCB's for the first time today and it didn't disappoint. This place is definitely a hidden gem! They have a great selection of soups, salads and from what I have heard, the best roast ham in town. Delicious food that is made fresh everyday. Staff are lovely and very helpful. Great place for lunch if you're in the area."
Karen Aherne

"Such a nice cafe tucked away on lower mount street! A little hard to find, but definitely worth it once you do! I opted for a toasted sandwich made with their freshly roasted ham and I cannot get over how delicious it was- the ham was roasted in mustard and honey I think and it actually tastes better than Christmas Day ham! A big statement but once you taste how moist and sweet this ham is you won't be disappointed! I also grabbed a bowl of their squash ginger and chilli soup and it was really nice! A great hidden gem, will definitely be back!"
Niamh Cleary

"After reading the reviews, I just knew I had to try the Freshly made roasted ham!! I opted for the ciabatta bread with lettuce and cheese and I was very impressed!! They also have a range of different salads that looked really good!! I also got a cappuccino to take away! It is a busy little spot at lunch and I got in right before the rush. I'll definitely be returning!"
Sarah Bathe

"OCB's is literally a hidden gem! Tucked in off lower mount street it would be hard to find without being told previously! It mainly is for take outs as they don't have much seating (bench and high stools) but the quality of the food is really good! The ingredients are all unprocessed! I got a toasted ciabatta sandwich and soup for lunch and it was really tasty and filling! The prices are around 6.50 for the sambo so may not suit everyone's price range but I can say you get what you pay for! I will definitely be back!"
Andrew Martin