Mary Kathryns Deli

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Mary Kathryns Deli
6 Academy Street, Kildare Co Kildare
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Mary Kathryns Deli

High quality ingredients and good cooking make for tasty eating at Mary-Kathryn Murphy's pristine deli and food shop.


Especially notable for wholesome salads and tempting home baking, Mary-Kathryn's own good cooking also includes a range of freshly-prepared ready meals, and the food ranges stocked are carefully selected, including artisan brands like Janet's Country Fayre, Paddy's O'Granola and G's Gourmet Jams.


The chocolate biscuit cake is a favourite and, like all simple foods, a great test of quality. Closed Sun.

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