Quality home cooking and baking to take away
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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