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Zest Cafe, Killorglin

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In a subtle but powerful and persuasive way, Nicola Lynch's Zest Café puts the zest into your eating.
You may be feeling like a fried breakfast, but adding a power-packed C Juice into the equation speedily transforms the tasty fry-up into a different, more vivid, culinary event.
A Thai beef salad lunch, with pickled cucumber and crispy noodles, with a power-packed Berry Blast, is exactly what you need to avoid that 3pm droop in mid-afternoon.
A Saturday brunch of scrambled eggs with ham and Parmesan on sourdough, with a Mango Jambo smoothie, is just the thing to make sure you complete that 10k run a few hours later. This clever synthesis, of good fine food with good fit food, is what brings people back to Ms Lynch’s Zest Café time and time again, making it one of the food lover's fixtures of pretty Killorglin. It's a glam room, and very comfortable, so if you want to park the fit food, and focus this time on the fine food, and have yourself sticky toffee pudding with hot toffee sauce and vanilla ice cream and a cinnamnon latte, well, then yolo! Zest is just the right lace for that special treat.
Ms Lynch's café is also the perfect stopover for hungry travellers, meandering their happy way along the County Kerry section of the Wild Atlantic Way.

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Nicola Lynch
School Road, Killorglin, County Kerry
+ 353 66 979 0202

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