Queen of Tarts (Cow's Lane) - Dublin
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Directions to Queen of Tarts (Cow's Lane)
Since opening its doors in 1998, Queen of Tarts has been serving the fruitiest, chocolatiest, gooiest, chewiest, most savoury - and most beautiful - delicacies.
In the 1990s, sisters Regina and Yvonne Fallon trained as pastry chefs in New York City, then brought their freshly-honed skills home to Ireland to fulfill their mission of establishing and running their own café.
They wanted to create a cosy, welcoming space in Dublin which offered the best breakfasts and weekend brunches, the tastiest lunches - and the finest cakes, scones and brownies. Not forgetting the most sublime savoury and sweet tarts...
More than a decade has passed and Queen of Tarts is still flourishing, with this second Cow's Lane location just around the corner from the original Cork Hill shop. Everything is baked and prepared fresh on the premises, and Yvonne and Regina still use only the very best ingredients to make the very best food.
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