What a view.
There are few sights more iconic in Cork than that of the Shandon Bells Tower jutting up over the rooftops, the famous gold-gilded salmon proudly overseeing the comings and goings of busy Northsiders.
Now, a new cafe sits on the corner of Sarsfield Terrace and parallel to the Bell’s Field on top of Patrick’s Hill, overlooking the famous church and serving some mouthwatering crepes and coffee.
The new menu at Bell’s Cafe includes sweet crêpes (classics like lemon and sugar, chocolate and strawberries, chocolate and banana, Oreo and marshmallow and the Bell’s signature crêpe) as well as savoury options like hotdog, egg, cheese, and onion, smoked salmon and cream cheese and a very adventurous Tayto crisp, cheese, and tomato relish.
The new cafe owners are delighted with the response from locals, sharing photos of customers chowing down on their delicious crepes.
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“Thank you to everyone who joined us today! Your presence made our cafe’s opening even more special. We appreciate your support and can’t wait to continue serving you with delicious crepes and coffee,” said owner Lily Lin.
This will surely be a seriously busy spot come summertime for sky-gazing hillsiders.
Crêpes and coffee are only available for takeaway. Bell’s Cafe is open seven days a week, 10am-5pm.