Happy 5th birth­day, Kelly’s Cafe

New Ross Standard - - NEWS -

KELLY’S Café based in the Mead­ows and Byrne store in Dri­nagh Re­tail Park on the Ross­lare Road, cel­e­brated its 5th birth­day in style.

The out-of-town desti­na­tion with seat­ing for 120 peo­ple first opened its doors in 2013 and quickly es­tab­lished it­self as a great eat­ing and meet­ing place for peo­ple from all over the county and fur­ther afield.To mark the birth­day, cus­tomers were treated to com­pli­men­tary cof­fees and teas which were spon­sored by Java Re­pub­lic.

Pro­pri­etor Bill Kelly cel­e­brated with the staff by open­ing a Jer­oboam of Cham­pagne which was also en­joyed by cafe vis­i­tors.

The team at Kelly’s Cafe in­cludes head chef Stephane Rochard and cafe man­agers Ni­cola Dug­gan, Aoife Coyne and Rachel Cor­ish who work with an en­thu­si­as­tic team to cre­ate a suc­cess­ful cafe of­fer­ing home-made food from fresh lo­cal pro­duce.

‘Here in Wex­ford, the sun, rain and mild cli­mate en­cour­age lush pas­tures, or­chards laden with fruit and berries and the coasts and river teem with fresh fish for us all to en­joy’, said hote­lier Bill.

The menu shows a strong com­mit­ment to Ir­ish sup­pli­ers and a con­fi­dent ap­proach to pro­vid­ing ex­cel­lent food. As well as favourites, such as pan­cakes with sea­sonal berries, scram­bled eggs on sour­dough toast with ba­con, and the break­fast ‘Detox’ of poached eggs on a slice of toast with crushed av­o­cado, feta and lime zest, the menu fea­tures op­tions such as a se­lec­tion of stone­fired flat­bread piz­zas, fresh sal­ads, side dishes, lus­cious tarts and pas­tries.

Bill and Laura Kelly with man­age­ment and staff cel­e­brat­ing the fifth birth­day of Kelly’s Cafe at Mead­ows and Byrne.

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