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The Butlers Pantry
1a Montpellier Place, Temple Hill , Blackrock Co Dublin
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The Butlers Pantry

Founded in 1987 by Eileen Bergin, this was soon known as the place to go for really tasty 'home style' food - great tasting breads, ready meals, desserts - a reputation built on fresh, quality-led, additive-free ingredients, seasonality and a special 'homeliness' that they have successfully retained in today's much larger volume production, a philosophy reflected in the Butler's Pantry Cookbook.


Also at: Donnybrook; Monkstown; Sandymount; Clontarf; Rathgar; Greystones; Sandycove.

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