Good value café and wine bar serving Mediterranean-style fare
Gourmet Food Parlour
One of a small chain of owner-managed restaurants with a focus on local ingredients, speciality foods from around the world and home baking, this is an appealing modern deli and café offering quality at an affordable price.
Located in Malahide United Football Club centre on the outskirts of Malahide, this is a good place for families with a play area in the restaurant- and it's just a stones throw from the beach and the Malahide-Portmarnock coastal walk.
Also at: Dun Laoghaire, Swords, and Dublin city centre.
Open Mon-Sun, 9-6.
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