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Aubergine Gallery Café

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Aubergine Gallery Café
1st Floor, The White House, 17, Ballymahon Street , Longford Co Longford
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Tel: +353 43 334 8633

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Stephen and Linda Devlins
  • Bistro
  • Mediterrannean
  • Sunday Dining
  • Vegetarian Friendly (always at least 1 starter & 1 main course)

Aubergine Gallery Café

Brother and sister Stephen and Linda Devlins’ popular first floor restaurant on the main street, is up steep stairs in a smart, light-filled room. It has a lovely curved bar as the focal point as you arrive, with informal seating that allows extra space at lunchtime and is transformed into a reception area in the evening.


Lightwood tables and a variety of coloured banquettes and comfortable chairs, together with some interesting artwork, create a vibrant, youthful atmosphere.


Stephen Devlin is an accomplished chef and his menus are Irish/Mediterranean with delicious, fresh-flavoured dishes, placing an emphasis on vegetarian dishes.


The cooking here is invariably creative, and seafood is well represented too - and some things never change, so a good steak is de rigeur in these parts, as well as delicious poultry.


Friendly staff, a warm relaxed atmosphere, stylish cooking and good value explain the success of this popular restaurant – so popular indeed, that it is open for lunch every day and at weekends for dinner. Well worth a visit.

Seats 45 (+ 20 in lounge area). Open daily, L Mon-Sat, 12-4.30pm; D Fri/Sat, 6-9.30 & Sun L 2-7.30pm. Set D about €32, also abbreviations
Last Updated: 06-05-2013
Author: Georgina Campbell

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Directions

First floor premises on lefthand side of Ballymahon Street heading west, just before the traffic lights (entrance on right of ground floor premises).

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