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Springfort Hall Shop & Cafe
Twopothouse
MallowCork
Ireland

Overview

The brightly painted Springfort Hall shop front on the main street in Mallow is eye-catching and attractive. Inside, a lively shop/deli atmosphere provides a good spot for coffee or tea, and a sandwich or Springfort House pastry or scone. The cafe also has a shop, where you can buy the own label Springfort Hall artisan chutneys, preserves, pates, breads, scones and pastries. Irish artisan produce and a great selection of wines and olive oils are all very carefully sourced. You'll find goodies here you won't find elsewhere so easy. The shop has an ""Eat it Out"" menu plus tea and coffee to go. For lunchers in a hurry, you can pre-order before 11.30 for stated pick up time. If you've more time though, we suggest you hang around and check out the range here, and we are quite sure you will walk away with a bottle of Springfort Hall home made ketchup, or maybe an herb and tomato passata, or one of the other house specials which come beautifully packaged.

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