Thursday June 4, 2020

Food & Drink

Meltdown in Dublin, a new healthy eating course and afternoon tea at Druids Glen

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

22nd April, 2018
Maeve O’Malley of Meltdown on Stephen Street Lower, Dublin 2 Pic: Fergal Phillips

If cheese is one of the loves of your life – and really, can there be any ‘if’ about it? – then head for Stephen Street Lower in Dublin city centre to visit Maeve O’Malley’s new café, Meltdown.

The Galway native and chef has taken a three-month lease on the premises and will be serving up five different varieties of toasties, as well as wine and cheese platters,...

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