The Quay Co-op Restaurant Launches 1980s Themed Specials Menu
Iconic Vegetarian Cafe Launches 1980s Themed Specials Menu
The Quay Co-op has released a new specials menu at its ‘Upstairs’ restaurant to coincide with the iconic vegetarian hub’s 40th anniversary.
The special’s menu has a 1980s theme and involves vegetarian and vegan variations of prawn cocktail, beef stroganoff and knickerbocker glory. Two classes are priced at €19.82.
Simon Tiptaft, Common Manager of the Quay Co-op claims, “At the Quay Co-op we’re hunting toward the long term but we also want to carry back some of the greatest points about the 1980s. We have released an 80s themed specials menu to coincide with the 40th anniversary celebrations. You can hope a retro vegetarian and vegan twist on some 80s ‘classics’ like ‘prawn’ cocktail’ stroganoff, knickerbocker glory and even the top 80s assertion consume, Cinzano, is making a comeback to amazing at the co-op. We hope our buyers will delight in what will be a nostalgic culinary vacation down memory lane for some, and a completely new working experience for our more youthful followers.”
The Quay Co-op commenced as a neighborhood cooperative in 1982 right before building into a workers’ cooperative. Nowadays, the Quay Co-op employs 50 folks involving its vegetarian deli, bakery, wholefoods store and cafe on O’Sullivan’s Quay, its vegetarian foods-generation facility on Cove Street and satellite merchants in Carrigaline and Ballincollig. It continues to be owned by its associates.
Upstairs at the Co-op vegetarian cafe is open for lunch and meal Wednesday to Saturday from 12 noon.
For extra info pay a visit to www.quaycoop.com