The Quay Co-op Cafe Launches 1980s Themed Specials Menu
Iconic Vegetarian Restaurant Launches 1980s Themed Specials Menu
The Quay Co-op has released a new specials menu at its ‘Upstairs’ cafe to coincide with the iconic vegetarian hub’s 40th anniversary.
The special’s menu has a 1980s theme and features vegetarian and vegan variations of prawn cocktail, beef stroganoff and knickerbocker glory. Two courses are priced at €19.82.
Simon Tiptaft, General Supervisor of the Quay Co-op claims, “At the Quay Co-op we’re wanting to the foreseeable future but we also want to bring back again some of the best points about the 1980s. We’ve released an 80s themed specials menu to coincide with the 40th anniversary celebrations. You can hope a retro vegetarian and vegan twist on some 80s ‘classics’ like ‘prawn’ cocktail’ stroganoff, knickerbocker glory and even the final 80s statement consume, Cinzano, is creating a comeback to cool at the co-op. We hope our buyers will delight in what will be a nostalgic culinary journey down memory lane for some, and a fully new knowledge for our more youthful followers.”
The Quay Co-op commenced as a community cooperative in 1982 prior to building into a workers’ cooperative. Right now, the Quay Co-op employs 50 people today involving its vegetarian deli, bakery, wholefoods keep and restaurant on O’Sullivan’s Quay, its vegetarian food-output facility on Cove Avenue and satellite merchants in Carrigaline and Ballincollig. It carries on to be owned by its associates.
Upstairs at the Co-op vegetarian restaurant is open for lunch and evening meal Wednesday to Saturday from 12 midday.
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