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Food / April 16, 2021

A new cafe has snuck up in Malahide

Food / April 16, 2021

A new cafe has snuck up in Malahide

By Emily Mullen

Much ado

A new cafe has snuck up in Malahide, A Do cafe which has the nice rhythmic tagline, “A Do coffee to go”. The cafe will be serving up coffee, sambos, and breakfast on New Street in the center of Malahide village.

The team uses Ariosa coffee, based out in Ashbourne, Meath, alongside pastries from Dublin businesses Tartine Organic Bakery and vegan bakes from Mammy Granola.

They’ve got a small but perfectly formed menu that’s split between breakfast offering up porridge and a yogurt pot which are both topped with Healthy Buzz Malt Crunch Granola.

They’ve got two sambos the vegan Pop’s Potato Curry inspired by South Africa’s Durban with mixed cabbage pickled slaw, green chutney, and coconut mint yogurt on toasted lavash bread, and the second sambo KP’s Chicken Salad which plops chicken, celery, apple, red onion, and mustard mayo onto a sourdough baguette.

The sign has been informed by some Irish design heavy hitters Jen Stephens and Maser, with Cormac of Mack Signs doing the honors.

A Do will be working the Dolly Parton 9am-5pm shift daily, with sambos available from 12pm-3pm, follow them on Instagram for more information.

Elsewhere on District: Bonobo are set to reopen pulling in an all-star cast to their Smithfield premises