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Wok N Roll

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It is no easy thing to cook and serve great food at music festivals. The hours are long, the pressure is relentless, the space is limited, and you never get the chance to see any of the acts yourself, because you are always working. But the pressure and the difficulties don’t deter Pat O Leary and his Wok’n’Roll crew, which means that the brightly painted lilac Wok’n’Roll food cart is a mainstay of the festival circuit, a veritable lifesaver for festival heads who crave that punchy, elemental energy that Pat’s food delivers in spades – the excellent pad thai; the red chicken curry with fresh herbs; the crisp vegetarian spring rolls; the wok fried rice. It is people like Mr O Leary and his team who have revolutionised the quality of festival food over the last several years, offering everyone authenticity and good, soulful food as the sounds ring out from the main stage, and the night is still young.

51.8823704, -8.5262462
Pat O Leary
Bishopstown, Bishopstown Road, Cork
+ 353 87 2592129

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