The Catch

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Serious About Seafood
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The Catch
No. 6, The Mart, Cornelscourt, Foxrock, , Dublin 18
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Tel: +353 1 289 2111

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Go ahead fish shop offering spanking fresh fish and advice from friendly and helpful staff - a destination for discerning shoppers

The Catch

Very handy to anyone using the N11, this go ahead fish shop has become a destination for discerning shoppers looking for spanking fresh fish and advice from friendly and helpful staff.


They also offer their own freshly prepared ready meals (chowder, fish pies, fishcakes etc) and stock a well chosen range of Irish artisan foods including Oishii Sushi (made in Smithfield), and accompaniments like Improper Butter (four flavours) and Aruna Sauces that make fish cooking easier without compromising on quality.


Much of their fresh fish comes straight up from Kilmore Quay and their daily special offers are well worth keeping a eye on. They sell vegetables too, and offer fish cookery classes, held nearby at Loreto College, Foxrock.

Open: Mon-Fri 9-6, Sat 10-4. Closed Sun. abbreviations

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