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Yellow Door Deli, Bakery & Café

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Baking/Bakery / Café / Deli

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Yellow Door Deli, Bakery & Café
74 Woodhouse Street, Portadown Co Armagh , BT62 1JL
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The energetic and talented Simon Dougan is one of the luminaries of the Northern Ireland food scene, and his Yellow Door Deli celebrated fifteen years of success in 2013
  • Café
  • Contemporary Irish
  • European Classic
  • Traditional Irish
  • Breakfast Venue
  • Organic Produce used (mainly)
  • Wine Bar/Café

Yellow Door Deli, Bakery & Café

The energetic and talented Simon Dougan is one of the luminaries of the Northern Ireland food scene, and his Yellow Door Deli celebrated fifteen years of success in 2013.


His in-house bakery produces some of the finest bread in Northern Ireland (an area renowned for good home baking) and, as well as retailing a wide selection of the best speciality foods from Ireland and abroad.


They also have a number of home-made specialities, including patés, terrines, chutneys, salads and ice cream, which are sold in the shop and served in the café - discerning customers from all over the north home in on this smashing shop, to top up with goodies and have a tasty bite of lunch.


Hot smoked Irish salmon with grilled soda bread, wild rocket and lemon dill cream is a house speciality - go for it!


There is a also an extensive, very interesting and keenly priced wine list, and a soft seating area, complete with cookery book library, where customers can relax.


* Outside catering is offered – and, true to form, the food is all honest local and 100% homemade.

Café seats 75. Breakfast from 9am, L 12-2.45pm, otherwise food from deli all day until 5pm; house wine about abbreviations
Last Updated: 19-06-2013
Author: Georgina Campbell

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Off Main St. on left - only street on left as the traffic flows one way

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