The Pantry of Midleton restaurant

Distillery Walk, Midleton

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The Pantry of Midleton - Cafe, Bakery & Foodstore.

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40 people

Bakery, Cafe


Take away service Veggie options available

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The Pantry of Midleton

1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd April 2012 (visited 20 April 2012 )

We dined there on a Friday lunchtime. I ordered the lunchtime special of beef stew with veg and potatoe and my guest ordered team dnd a toasted sandwich. The stew consisted of a small amount of beef pieces in a watery gravy with carrots and a tiny piece of onion. The side dish of potatoe was extremely hot so it may have been microwaved. Toasted sandwich was a little better with home cooked ham and cheese tomatoe. Overall for the price I thought the meal was just below average. Sorry as its a lovely room very cosy so lets hope this was a one off.

The Pantry of Midleton

22 reviews


Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 23rd February 2011 (visited 21 February 2011 )

THE PANTRY The Pantry is a cafe, bakery and foodstore in Midleton. It is not the biggest of places but is clean and comfortable and has a well stocked foodie shop with everything from Jim Beam Teriyaki Marinade to Donegal Rapeseed Oil, from the French Lorina Cloudy Lemonade to Cahir’s Sparkling Apple Juice. Thought I was in for some good basic food when I ordered my Ardsallagh Goats Cheese with Oven roasted vegetables and Pesto Bruschetta, set on Crisp Leaves and a balsamic Reduction. I got quite a surprise for my €8.95. And that surprise started with the high class presentation, the food laid out neatly, almost in the form of a star. The food itself was top class. The leaves were crispy and the Bruschetta tasty with the pesto while the vegetables (mainly peppers and red onions) were perfectly done, a gorgeous match for well known local cheese. Service was calm and friendly and considerate. Desserts, a Rhubarb Crumble and a Beard and Butter Pudding, were also very good and also well presented. Couldn't have asked for more. This was top class, five star stuff. Our table was very close to the shelves full of mainly local artisan food and we helped ourselves to some (including the Karmine Apple Juice and some chutney from Janet’s Country Fayre) on the way out. The cafe is open from 8.00am until 6.30pm and is situated at Distillery Walk, Midleton, 021 4633335, They know what they are doing here. When the plates come out, you see that they also love what they are doing. Well worth a visit if you’re in the area!

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