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Ó'Crualaoí Butchers

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Ó'Crualaoí Butchers
Main Street, Ballincollig Co Cork
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A philosophy based on offering top quality, traceable local meat, and great customer service from friendly and knowledgeable staff are at the heart of the O'Crualaoí Butchers success

Ó'Crualaoí Butchers

Dating back to the mid 1950s, O'Crualaoí’s Family Butchers was established here by Kevin O'Crualaoí and is now managed by his son, Micheál O'Crualaoí.


These Associated Craft Butchers of Ireland members are important to several communities in the Cork region, having successfully combined the traditional values of the family butchers with the forward looking mindset that has enabled them to develop a very successful modern shopping experience.


A philosophy based on offering top quality, traceable local meat, and great customer service from friendly and knowledgeable staff are at the heart of their success - and, not only do they have very impressive deli counters, but some of their shops (notably Carrigaline) also have great little cafés where you can relax and enjoy wholesome, good value fare.


O'Crualaoí Butchers Ballincollig Open: Mon-Thu 7am-6.30pm, Fri 7am-7pm, Sat 7am-6pm. Closed Sun.


Ballincollig Deli Open:Mon-Fri 8am-7pm, Sat 8am-6.30pm, Sun 10am-3pm.


ALSO AT:


O'Crualaoí Fermoy 46-48 Patrick Street, Femoy, Co Cork. Tel:025 49100. Fermoy open: Mon-Sat 7am-6.30pm, Sun 10am-4pm.


O'Crualaoí Carrigaline Main Street, Carrigaline, Co Cork Tel 021 4376716. Carrigaline open: Mon-Fri 8am-7pm, Sat 8am-6.30pm, Sun10am-5pm


O'Crualaoí Wilton Wilton SC, Cork Tel. 021-4343003. Mon-Wed: 9am-6.15pm, Thu: 9am-8pm Fri: 9am-9pm Sat: 9am-6.30pm Sun:12-6pm.

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