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Le Fournil

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Baking/Bakery / Food Market

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Le Fournil
Tobergal Lane, Sligo Co Sligo
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Tel: +353 87 137 2724

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This classic continental bakery sells superb sourdough loaves made with specially sourced hard flour, delectable patisserie - and chocolate too

Le Fournil

French chef Franck Pasquier established this popular continental bakery in 2008 and, although he has since gone to set up the new Donegal Town branch, he left it in good hands.


Clotilde Rambaud, who is from Nantes in southern Brittany and has worked with Franck for several years, took over management of the Sligo boulangerie, patisserie and chocolatier in 2012.


The range of classic continental baking they are famous for includes superb sourdough loaves, which are made with all-natural ingredients including specially sourced hard flour, and quality chocolate.


Along with their own delectable patisserie and irresistible chocolate creations, you will also find other speciality French foods, including patés and terrines and many other treats not easily sourced in Ireland

Open:Tue-Thu 9.30-6, Fri 8.30-6, Sat 8.30-5.30. abbreviations

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Just off the main street, beside car park.

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