Tartine Organic Bakery

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Tartine Organic Bakery
Unit 16, Seatown Business Park, Seatown Road , Swords Co Dublin
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Tel: +353 1 890 3301

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Renowned for their finesse and flavour, artisan baker Thibault Peigne’s continental breads are made by traditional methods, using the finest organic ingredients

Tartine Organic Bakery

Renowned for their finesse and flavour, artisan baker Thibault Peigne’s continental breads are made by traditional methods, using the finest organic ingredients.


Sourdough breads, French pastries and cakes are among the treats you can buy from the bakery - and look out for them in quality-led speciality stores and restaurants too, as he is also a wholesale supplier.

Open: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm abbreviations

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Directions

Off the dual carriageway, behind Woodies. From M1: Exit at junction 4, to Skerries/Rush/Donabate. Take left before roundabout for Swords onto R132. Go straight through Estuary Roundabout. Take sharp left onto Seatown Road. (Directly behind Woodies).

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