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O'Toole Master Butchers
138 Terenure Road North, Dublin 6W
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Quality-led fourth generation butchers; known for their forward-looking philosophy, they are always ahead of the trend

O'Toole Master Butchers

Renowned for their commitment to organic meats since the early 1990’s, these fourth generation family butchers are exceptionally forward-thinking and always ahead of the trend.


They were the first Irish butchers to stock the world famous Wagyu / Kobe Beef, and also have a special reputation for high quality poultry - particularly bronze turkeys which they are credited with re-introducing to Ireland in the 1970s.


Quality is paramount at O’Toole’s, with meats bought directly from farmers and naturally aged – for 21 days in the case of on-carcass beef – and they have won many awards, notably from the Association of Craft Butchers of Ireland.


Also at: Clynes Butchers, 12 Fitzwilliam Street, Ringsend, D4 (Tel: 01 668 0456; E: clynes@otoolesbutchers.com)


 

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