Restaurant review: Fresh and delicious food is second nature to Sligo café

Chef Ethna Reynolds has taken over the kitchen at Café Fia in the village of Coolaney in Sligo where she is serving a gorgeous selection of sweet and savoury dishes

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
18th July, 2021
Restaurant review: Fresh and delicious food is second nature to Sligo café
Ethna Reynolds in the kitchen at Nádúr restaurant, Coolaney Co Sligo.Picture: James Connolly


Coolaney, Co Sligo

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