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Queen of Tarts oozes Irish charm in the heart of Ocean Grove.
The popular cafe on The Terrace has undergone an exterior renovation and serves tea on English bone china in front of a roaring fireplace with pressed tin walls, antique tables and chairs accompanied by ’50s and ’60s music.
Queen of Tarts’ homemade celebration cakes are proving hugely popular. You choose the flavour – choc mud, almond, white mud, lumberjack etc – and, best of all, gluten-free cakes are available.
They’re amazing to look at, but even better to taste.
Also on offer is homemade Guinness pies and Irish stew pies. Customers love the homemade sausage rolls and hearty soups served with a crusty roll.
There’s a fantastic array of desserts, all made in-house as well as superb boutique coffee and a range of teardrop teas.
Call in to Queen of Tarts at 70A The Terrace, Ocean Grove. Search for them on Facebook.

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