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McAllister's Quality Fishmonger

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McAllister's Quality Fishmonger
11 Village Centre, Lucan Co Dublin
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This inviting fishmongers not only offers an impressive variety of appealingly displayed fresh fish and shellfish from sustainable sources, but also a high level of customer service

McAllister's Quality Fishmonger

A family business run by Bill McAllister and his sons John and David,  this inviting fishmongers shop not only offers an impressive variety of appealingly displayed fresh fish and shellfish, but also a high level of customer service.


Always delighted to encourage customers to try something new, they have plenty of suggestions (‘Bill’s Recommended Recipes’) and - very importantly - also take pride in reassuring customers that the produce they sell is sustainably sourced from responsibly managed stocks.


Well worth a visit.

Open Tue-Fri 9-5.30, Sat 9-4.30. Closed Sun. abbreviations

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