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  • Market Lane Restaurant, Cork
Market Lane Heat At Home

OUR NEXT HEAT AT HOME BOX WILL BE IN MAY

Thanks for all the orders for our Easter box. We’ll be back for the May Bank Holiday. If you would like to be the first to hear about details of our next Heat At Home please sign up to our mailing list here

As the May bank holiday is traditionally associated with solidarity across Europe, we will be making a donation of €2 to our local Saint Vincent de Paul for each adult meal ordered. #keepgoingcork

EASTER HEAT AT HOME MENU

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MAIN COURSES – choose from:

SLOW COOKED LAMB SHANK,
in red wine, rosemary and garlic sauce
OR
HAKE FILLET
in Samke Harra tahini sauce
OR
SMOKED TOONSBRIDGE MOZZARELLA PIE,
flaky pastry, caramelised shallots, spinach and confit tomatoes

SIDE DISHES

Crunchy potatoes with oregano and wild garlic butter sauce
Maple roasted beets, turnips and carrots
Shaved fennel salad with orange, red onion and toasted almonds

DESSERT – choose from:

Rhubarb and hazelnut butter crumble with homemade custard
OR
Gooey chocolate mousse cake with chocolate and raspberry ganache and sweet cream

Price: €25 per person
ADD WINE/PROSECCO/COCKTAILS
Comes with FREE ‘Always Cork’ tote bag (while stocks last)

Order before 3pm on Thursday 1 April for collection from the restaurant
on Easter Saturday 3rd April, 2pm–7pm or Easter Sunday 4th April, 10am–3pm.

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The Eng­lish Mar­ket, Cork

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  • View from the Princes Street entrance of the English Market in Cork. Photograph by William Murphy (www.fotonique.com).
  • View of the Olive Stall in the English Market in Cork. Photograph by William Murphy (www.fotonique.com).
  • View of the Ballycotton Seafood stall in the English Market in Cork. Photograph by William Murphy (www.fotonique.com).
  • View of Bresnans Victuallers’ stall in the English Market in Cork. Photograph by William Murphy (www.fotonique.com).
  • View of Mr Bells spice stall in the English Market in Cork. Photograph by William Murphy (www.fotonique.com).
  • View of the English Market in Cork. Photograph by William Murphy (www.fotonique.com).

Photographs by William Murphy, Fotonique.com

The Eng­lish Mar­ket is located in the mid­dle of the city and has for two cen­turies been the beat­ing heart of the Island on which Cork is located.

Each day peo­ple from the city and beyond stream into the mar­ket to look over the pro­duce, ban­ter with the stall hold­ers, enjoy the smells and sounds and pur­chase the amaz­ing local pro­duce on sale within it. We are proud to use the mar­ket as the prin­ci­pal source for many of our prod­ucts, as by sup­port­ing it we ensure that it stays viable as a com­mer­cial entity and that it in turn sup­ports local grow­ers and farmers.

We named our­selves after this spe­cial place as we always want Mar­ket Lane to be syn­ony­mous with fan­tas­tic pro­duce, amaz­ing ser­vice and to be acces­si­ble to one and all. The Eng­lish Market’s proud her­itage and endur­ing appeal reminds us that if we keep it sim­ple but excel­lent, the peo­ple will come.

Our Suppliers in the English Market include:

Use the Google Indoor Street View widget above to explore the Market or click a supplier’s icon to go directly to their stall

Tom Dur­can
Tom Dur­can

Pork and meats

The Olive Stall
The Olive Stall

Olives and Toons Bridge haloumi cheese

K O’Connell
K O’Connell

Smoked salmon and fish

Mr Bells
Mr Bells

Spices

Has­setts Bakery
Has­setts Bakery

Bread

The Chicken Inn
The Chicken Inn

Chicken

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