Rene Cusack Fish

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Rene Cusack Fish
St. Alphonsus Street, Limerick Co Limerick
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Tel: +353 61 440 054

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family-run business offering a wide range of whitefish and shellfish

Rene Cusack Fish

Tagged 'Limerick’s oldest and best known seafood suppliers' this family business is run by Paul Cusack, who has been in the fish business since he was nine years old, and was founded his great grandfather over a hundred years ago.


They offer a wide range of whitefish and shellfish with live lobster and oysters available from a tank in-store - the shop is supplied daily from the company's plant in Raheen Industrial Estate, Limerick - and are known equally for quality and service.


They are also one of Ireland's most trusted wholesale suppliers and you will see the name on may leading menus around the country.

Open Tue-Sat 9-5.30. Closed Sun & Mon. Also at: The Milk Market (Unit C; Wed-Fri 9-5.30, Sat 9-4). abbreviations

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