Returned to youghal this summer to visit the clockgate which was fantastic. I went back to my favourite spot Le Gourmet for coffee and pastries. Can't beat it for quality and value for money.
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I do find for what's available that this little bakery is overpriced. The owner (a Frenchman, no less) is rude and abrupt, but he's not always there. €2.50 for a slice of bread and butter pudding that's rather bland would be how I recall this...More
Was drawn into this bakery by the magnificent looking meringues stacked in the window. Tried a small merengue loaded with cream and fresh fruit. The best meringue I've tried in Ireland so much chewey goodness. Recommend take away there's only a small area to sit....More
I've eaten bits and pieces from here often but ordered enough for a 5 person party. The dessert I chose was pavlova. There was a small bit of panic as I wanted to collect early enough and he was afraid it wouldn't be ready on...More
This is really good confectionery, I was amazed at the taste. If you really want a good cake this is one of the two places in Youghal where you can.
Tasty sandwiches, paninis etc made to order, cakes lovely, tempting meringues and buns,good value. Take away coffee also available
Found the most fantastic bakery while on holidays in youghal with an amazing display of cakes and pastries.Definitely worth a try. have never tasted scones so good. looking forward to going back again soon.
I was with my friends for the Queen of the Sea festival and we decided to stop in for a treat. The food was really stale like it had been sitting there for a day or two. It had a good selection of stuff to...More