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Wok N Roll

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Never mind who the music festival headliners are: what counts when you get to the campsite with your backpack and your appetite is this: has Pat O Leary set up Won'n'Roll yet? If Mr O Leary is in situ, and the stoves are on, then the festival is going to be a success, whether or not The Foo Fighters or The Killers or The Chemical Brothers manage to get the dial up to 11 on the amps or not.
Mr O Leary has made Wok'n'Roll into a festival and event staple, firing out great punchy, enlivening, fresh, zippy food that brings the tired festival body right back to life. The queues at the Wok'n'Roll food cart tell you everything you need to know: in fact, at festivals like Electric Picnic, the queue for Pat's food never seems to dissipate – morning, noon and night, the hungry line is simply a constant. This testifies to the care and the precision of this pristine operation: they get it right, everytime, every event, every festival.

Pat O Leary
Bishopstown, Bishopstown Road, Cork
+ 353 87 2592129

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