A top-quality food store for the lucky people of Salthill. Eric Morton's long experience in premium retail shows in the selectivity of this fine shop: freshly baked breads, pies, crumbles and quiches; fresh salads, cooked meats and deli foods, all prepared from scratch; fresh fruit and vegetables; traditional in-house butchery; fresh fish and seafood (“if we can't get it fresh we won't stock it”). Definitely a one-stop shop.
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