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Food / May 11, 2021

The Pepper Pot Cafe reopen with a brand new product

Food / May 11, 2021

The Pepper Pot Cafe reopen with a brand new product

Words: Emily Mullen


The Pepper Pot has reopened their cafe, with a brand new product available online. The signature pastry box is made up of handcrafted pastries from the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre-based kitchen.

The croissant and doughnut box, is made up of two raspberry jam doughnuts, two custard doughnuts, one hazelnut praline croissant and one white chocolate and raspberry croissant.

This new product has signalled a change in direction for the Pepper Pot, owner Marian Kilcoyne told us that they will be focusing on online products while they refine their takeaway offering, “It’s part of our reopening and diversifying due to covid and how we’ve had to adapt our business,” she added.

“We have been working so hard behind the scenes testing recipes and planning all the elements and we think we have come up with something really unique and special,” the team wrote on Instagram.

Priced at €28 the signature pastry box is now available to order, with collections starting from May 20th.

The Pepper Pot Cafe will be running their collection-only service from Thursday – Sunday, follow them on Instagram for more information.

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