Thursday December 5, 2019

Kitchen café owner embarks on fresh-baked venture

9th June, 2019
Michelle Crehan Kavanagh in Marmalade, a ‘neighbourhood bakery’ inspired by her travels overseas. Picture: Anita Murphy

Eight years since taking over The Kitchen café and restaurant at Galway City Museum, chef Michelle Crehan Kavanagh has opened a second premises on Middle Street in the city centre.

Crehan Kavanagh describes her new venture Marmalade as a “neighbourhood bakery” inspired by her travels overseas. The shop sells fresh breads and pastries baked twice daily in-store in view of customers.

“I love to travel and when I’m in another city I...

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