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Ground & Co café in Salthill to trial Brunch collection service

The reality of our ongoing lockdown has been a great challenge for small food businesses, but with the support of the local community who still appreciate a taste of their favourite eateries, many are finding ways to adjust.

Ground & Co café and coffee shop in Salthill is testing new ways to keep up their connection with their customers with a call and collect Brunch service starting this weekend.

This Sunday Ground & Co will be offering a collection brunch service with menu favourites including the Ground fry, A veggie fry with flat capped mushrooms, Halloumi, wilted spinach and sweetcorn fritters with eggs your way.

Also available are the breakfast bun with pudding, sausages, lightly fried egg, rashers on a brioche bun, and Leroys Sausage roll with homemade relish. There will be no coffee or hot drinks offering.

“We have been inundated with requests for food from our Salthill Café, so this Sunday we are trailing how this can possibly become a regular whilst we are all dealing with the reality of what is happening.

“This is new territory for us all, so we want to walk before we can run. Safety of our staff and our customers is our main concern,” explained Kevin Nugent MD of Tribe Hospitality Group.

The Brunch collection service will operate by pre-order only, and orders can be made by calling on Saturday between 9am and 12pm on (091) 527 846 or by emailing niamh@groundandco.ie.

People can collect their orders between 10am and 2pm on Sunday, April 19.

The four item brunch menu consists of:

  1. Ground Fry €10.90
  2. Veggie Fry €10.90
  3. Breakfast Bun €9.50
  4. LEROYS sausage roll €4.50
Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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