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Food and Coffee in Annascaul
We serve great food and much more. Along with pottery, gifts and art. Apart from coffee we have been offering homemade cakes for years
Pottery -- A History before Food and Coffee in Annascaul.
The story goes back to the 1970s where Annascaul Pottery was set up offering wonderfully crafted pottery.
In Annascaul know we are really lucky. Nature and the country are on our back door. We know you will be visting and when you are looking for Food and Coffee then come on in and let us tell you about the place.
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Our Full Irish breakfast comes with fresh roasted vegetables and a coffee of your choice
Lunch in Annascaul
Lunch in Annascaul is always a treat. We offer vegetable and vegan alternatives also. Have a look at our menu below
Beef Stew with Savoury Scones
Tatyana’s is the receipe here. It is simply the “bomb”. Healthy It is so healthyy when using stir fry. Other ingredients are:
Red wine, Potatoes MushroomsBeef Broth
Garlic, onions, celery, carrots
All Pottery is made in Annascaul . Our glazes are all made up the studio. Stone ware is the clay we use but it has a porcelain feel to it.
Coffee Cups and Beakers
Pottery coffee cups near me? Well, ours are the perfect size for strong cup of coffee. Dishwasher safe. Capacity approx 230ml. / 8oz
Range of Gifts
€ 5 - 25
Along with our own pottery we have a beautiful range of gifts for loved ones. From art, jewellry, art, socks and scarves
Enjoy 20% loyalty discount on all food and Coffee in Annascaul on Sundays
Every Sunday, 2PM – 5PM
They all love our food and coffee in Annascaul
We alway bake from scratch using fresh ingredients. It is great as we can buy these from local community co-operatives. Our cakes include bakewell and the brownies are the best on the Dingle Peninsula . They are all home made, and yes, butter does make all the difference. Check out the reviews here
When you come to Annascaul ensure that you have a coffee at Aido’s Annascaul Cafe and Pottery. This adapted pottery building is incredibly quirky. Drop in the next time you are doing the Annascaul River Walk, Surfing at Inch or walking this stage of the Dingle Camino. Lunch or breakfast in Annascaul is always a special treat
Annascaul Cafe offers beef stews, vegetable burittos, curries, home made soups and toasties
The Dingle Peninsula is increasinly becoming the best in class for food and drink as a go to location in Ireland. Annascaul is just one of locations on the Dingle Camnino . There is a wonderful variety of restaurants in the village including Aido’s Annascaul Cafe and Pottery. This is more a restaurant than cafe and you will totally enjoy their outside seating areas as it sits among fully grown tress with the accompaniment of bird chatter.