A buttermilk-colored shopfront, adorned with little baskets of azaleas; twinkling fairy lights and walls filled with knick-knacks; and the friendliest owner in Donegal—what more could you want from a small-town cafe? If the answer’s ”tasty, simple lunches in huge portions,“ guess what, you’re in luck there too! This simple, no-nonsense cafe serves tea, cake, and traditional Irish lunches. The homemade soups are a specialty (served with or without a toasted sandwich), or you could fill up on a hearty plate of steak fajitas, or breaded chicken with pasta and house special sauce. The cafe also has a little deli selling Irish cheese, breads, muffins, and other tasty treats to go. The only discernable snag is that it doesn't take credit cards.