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I recently bought some Drumlin cheese at our local farmers' market and it is divine, as always. I've been enjoying it for breakfast most mornings on toasted sourdough - such a delicious way to start the day. Drumlin is a raw cow's milk cheese made by the people at Corleggy Cheeses. Corleggy was started in Cavan in 1985 by Silke Cropp, using milk from her goats. These days, Corleggy makes a number of different award-winning cheeses. Corleggy itself is a hard goat's cheese; there is also a smoked version. Drumlin comes in a number of different varieties, including smoked, garlic and even seaweed. Quivvy is a fabulous cheese. It's a goat's cheese that's only available during the summer months. Quivvy is preserved in Greek kalamata olive oil with sun-dried tomatoes. It would make a perfect addition to a simple salad of tomatoes, olive oil, basil and some lemon juice. Corleggy cheeses are available at food shops, delis and farmers' markets across the country.

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Avenue Cafe Restaurant, Kildare

Avenue Cafe & Restaurant, located over two floors on Main Street, Maynooth, provides excellent food & value in comfortable & relaxed surroundings. Avenue offers an extensive selection for lunch, early bird menu & a fast passed full a la carte menu in the evening. All food is produce in-house with a strong emphasis on Irish ingredients. Opening in December 2007 by Robert & Bronagh Kennedy, Avenue already boasts a band of loyal Local customers gaining a reputation for excellence. ...

Reviews for Avenue Cafe Restaurant

Gluten Free??

reviewed by: Coeliacon Avenue Cafe Restaurant 02 March 2012

I am a ceoliac - ate her twice ordered from their gluten free menu on both occassions and was sick both times. So if your a coeliac i wouldnt recommend it. Read more...

Coeliac would not recommend.Coeliac would not use again.

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Fab

reviewed by: bryanbmon Avenue Cafe Restaurant 01 July 2011

Great little spot for a daytime snack,even better now that the college is shut and theres less of a party atmosphere in the town,bring a friend and enjoy great chat with the locals and indulge in the wonderful wine menu! Read more...

bryanbm would not recommend.bryanbm would not use again.

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Good for a weekend meetup

reviewed by: tweety76on Avenue Cafe Restaurant 01 July 2011

Usually meet up here with some friends of a Saturday afternoon or Sunday afternoon for lunch. Funky décor , very friendly staff/owners very good selection for vegetarians. Read more...

tweety76 would recommend.tweety76 would use again.

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Eating in Maynooth

reviewed by: robbiepoweron Avenue Cafe Restaurant 01 July 2011

Lovely little place with a great wine list to match the food. Nice to see Maynooth looking after the non-students too! Read more...

robbiepower would recommend.robbiepower would use again.

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Food & Drink - Independent.ie

Food & Drink

I recently bought some Drumlin cheese at our local farmers' market and it is divine, as always. I've been enjoying it for breakfast most mornings on toasted sourdough - such a delicious way to start the day. Drumlin is a raw cow's milk cheese made by the people at Corleggy Cheeses. Corleggy was started in Cavan in 1985 by Silke Cropp, using milk from her goats. These days, Corleggy makes a number of different award-winning cheeses. Corleggy itself is a hard goat's cheese; there is also a smoked version. Drumlin comes in a number of different varieties, including smoked, garlic and even seaweed. Quivvy is a fabulous cheese. It's a goat's cheese that's only available during the summer months. Quivvy is preserved in Greek kalamata olive oil with sun-dried tomatoes. It would make a perfect addition to a simple salad of tomatoes, olive oil, basil and some lemon juice. Corleggy cheeses are available at food shops, delis and farmers' markets across the country.

Food & Drink - Independent.ie

Food & Drink

I recently bought some Drumlin cheese at our local farmers' market and it is divine, as always. I've been enjoying it for breakfast most mornings on toasted sourdough - such a delicious way to start the day. Drumlin is a raw cow's milk cheese made by the people at Corleggy Cheeses. Corleggy was started in Cavan in 1985 by Silke Cropp, using milk from her goats. These days, Corleggy makes a number of different award-winning cheeses. Corleggy itself is a hard goat's cheese; there is also a smoked version. Drumlin comes in a number of different varieties, including smoked, garlic and even seaweed. Quivvy is a fabulous cheese. It's a goat's cheese that's only available during the summer months. Quivvy is preserved in Greek kalamata olive oil with sun-dried tomatoes. It would make a perfect addition to a simple salad of tomatoes, olive oil, basil and some lemon juice. Corleggy cheeses are available at food shops, delis and farmers' markets across the country.