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Afternoon tea is breaking out all over

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

13th March, 2016
Hayfield Manor in Cork city

If you’re a fan of afternoon tea, you’re in luck – there are several new versions available around the country just in time for the St Patrick’s Day and Easter holidays.

At the Ferrycarrig Hotel, just outside Wexford town, the new afternoon tea includes chicken liver pâté on sage and onion toast, chocolate choux buns, and scones with – what else – Wexford raspberry preserve. It’s priced at €17...

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