Delighted to get this mention in the Cork City Guide in Guardian Travel…
On the upper floor of the English Market, this daytime cafe has views of the stalls below, turning it into a gallery for observing the scale of the market. Family-run – Rebecca Harte, daughter of the original owner, Kay, is now the manager – it gets most of its produce direct from the market. The lunch menu features a catch of the day, while meat treats include hearty-not-heavy pork sausages, mash, lentils and bacon (€12.50) and, for a subtle-but-sweet dish, there’s the St Tola goat’s cheese and roasted beetroot salad (€12.50).
• English Market, Princes Street, +353 21 427 8134, farmgatecork.ie. Open Mon-Sat 8.30am-5pm
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