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Benny's Deli, Restaurant and Café
Castlerea, Co. Roscommon
Benny’s Deli is a family run bakery, restaurant, and delicatessen situated in the west Ireland market town of Castlerea, County Roscommon.

The philosophy of Benny's is to make food that tastes like home for customers who don’t have the time or skills to make it for themselves. All of the food served is freshly made on the premises every day.

Benny's in County Roscommon, comprises a home bakery specialising in homemade breads and cakes, a delicatessen which specialises in homemade salads, and the award-winning clove-baked ham on the bone. It also comprises a restaurant and coffee shop which serves a wide range of delicious meals from the hot and cold buffet.

Benny’s started out as a bakery and great baking is still at the heart of the business today. They produce freshly made soda and yeast breads, tarts, cakes, and fresh cream desserts and pastries. Feel free to come and take a look at their bakers working in the open bakery every morning.

Contact details
Main St, Demesne, Castlerea, Co. Roscommon, Ireland
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