Bitesize: Suesey Street Launches Sister Suesey


Posted 3 months ago in Food & Drink Features

Suesey Street Restaurant recently launched Sister Suesey, a cute new coffee kiosk where customers can enjoy snacks and casual lunch in a unique setting overlooking the Grand Canal.

Located in the garden to the front of the landmark Fitzwilliam Hall at Leeson Street bridge, the new kiosk menu features a nice range of top quality casual food made fresh daily from local, seasonal ingredients by chefs in the acclaimed kitchen at Suesey Street.

Current offerings include Feta and Pomegranate and Chicken and Hummus, while a nice selection of tasty sandwiches includes choices such as Smoked Chicken and Avocado, Baked Ham and Cheese and Grilled Cheese. Fresh pastries, sausage rolls, salads and sandwiches can also be enjoyed with gorgeous coffee from Delgany-based artisans Roasted Brown.

Sister Suesey
Photo: Peter Houlihan

Busy Suesey Street General Manager John Healy tells us that customers can order from the kiosk and enjoy a snack or light lunch while sitting in the garden overlooking the canal. “Our garden is a little oasis at a busy city centre junction. Suesey Street has been operating since 2015 with an emphasis on local produce, seasonality and warm hospitality and we are excited to offer this same standard of food and service in a more casual format and a unique setting.”

Sister Suesey is open Monday – Friday 7:30am-4pm and on Saturday 9am-3pm.

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Words: Martina Murray

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