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Sugarcane Cafe Bistro

The Square, Comber, County Down, BT23 5DX
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At sugarcane we believe that great tasting food and a friendly service is the key ingredient to a successful business and happy customers. We are an active Food NI member and have recently been added the Georgina Campbell Guide For Ireland. Our simple ethos is to take great local produce, throw in a big dollop of Sugarcane love and serve the resulting food to our customers with a big genuine smile. We bake our scones daily and we provide a relaxed dining experience 7 days a week from hearty full cooked breakfasts through to Bistro meals at evenings.

Sugarcane is open 7 days a week with our Bistro menu on offer from 17:00 Wednesday to Sunday. In the year 2014 our success was recognised by being awarded Best Eatery and Best licensed premises at the Ards Business Awards. We are included in the Georgina Campbell Guide for Ireland which is a totally independent guide.

We are located in historic Comber. Comber has the obvious link to The Titanic and one of our best selling ales is The Titanic Ale by Hilden Brewery.

If it's breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a coffee and scone then we have it all. Call in and experience a warm welcome by our friendly efficient staff.

Sugarcane Cafe Bistro is accessible – for full details of their accessibility features, see Sugarcane Cafe Bistro | AccessAble.



  • Cocktail Menu
  • Dogs Accepted Outdoor Dining Area

Children & Infants

  • Baby changing facilities
  • Children's Menu Available
  • Highchairs Available

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted


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Opening Times

* Monday – Wednesday 09:00 – 17:00
Wednesday – Sunday 09:00 - 17:00

Breakfast & lunch served daily

Bistro Menu Served 17:00 – 21:0 Wednesday – Sunday

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