A gem worth seeking out in this charming little planned town, Niall O'Leary's small and friendly bakery and grocery-del dates back to the 1930s and is jam-packed with good things.
Home baking is still an important part of the business, with Catherine Carroll's breads and other temptations baked freshly for the shop every day, and for more savoury tastes there's a fine array of salads and many other home cooked foods.
You'll find plenty of the best local and artisan products here too, such as Govender's and Aines chocolates, and the very popular Mossfield cheeses - and a tiny café serving aromatic Illy coffee.(There are a couple of tables out on the pavement too, for fine weather.)
A proper little old-fashioned shop with a forward-thinking owner, every town deserves to have somewhere like O'Leary's.