SEasonal
local
food.

Award winning cafe & deli
in the heart of Cobh.

Full takeaway menu Thursday-Sunday, 9:30-15:30. Cakes, coffee & a few nom noms on Wednesdays.

new! SEASALT FOR DINNER

ORDER YOUR FROZEN DINNERS AND FRESH CAKES ONLINE NOW!


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breakfast burrito
Breakfast Burrito

Flat Bread Full Irish

Cakes, cakes, cakes!

Did we mention cakes?!

Vegan, veggie & gluten free

If that's your thing

In the heart of Cobh

Hey look! The cathedral

Barista coffee

Brew that

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It's what inside that counts

(Inside your belly)

BRUNCH IS ALWAYS A GOOD IDEA

We’re pretty brunchy-lunchy at Seasalt. Our ingredients are fresh and locally sourced.  Our dishes are innovative and interesting. We pride ourselves on that shiz. 

We’re all about the hollandaise and breakfast burritos and fish tacos and avocados. And our coffee is Badger & Dodo, and if you know coffee you know those guys. Oh and Ali’s cakes…don’t even get us started! 

Pop in with an empty tum and we’ll fill it for you. Even if you’re gluten-free. Even if you’re vegan.

THIS WEEK'S MENU

We only use the fr-fr-fr-freshest of ingredients, which means we change the menu. A lot. We try to remember to post the weekend’s menu on Facebook and Instagram. And we almost always remember…

Click one of the images below to see our latest posts in Instagram.

We're here...

  • Monday & Tuesday- Closed
  • Wednesday – Limited menu – 9:30-15:30
  • Thursday – Sunday – Full Menu – 9:30-15:30

Seasalt Cafe & Deli

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Cobh Train Station, The Heritage Centre & The Queenstown Experience

Sirius Art Centre

Cobh Museum

The Titanic Experience

Spike Island Tour Boats

St. Colman's Cathedral

The "Deck of Cards" Houses (West View).

jacquie o'dea henry crowley

AWARDS, ACCOLADES & OTHER NICE THINGS...​

We don’t want to toot our own horn but…

Winner of McKenna’s Guides Best in Ireland 2021

Georgina Campbell’s Brunch of the Year – Highly Commended 2020

Winner of McKenna’s Guides Best in Ireland 2020

The Irish Independent 30 of the Best Brunches 2019

Lonely Planet Top Choice Cafe in Cobh

WE BRIBE JOURNALISTS WITH YUMMY FOOD.

However good the croque was, the hake tacos were outstanding. Batons of fish had been floured and quickly fried then Guacamole that sang of lime juice, sour cream deepened with cumin and other spices, the crunch of pickled red onion, red cabbage and filaments of raw carrot...This was so good and, in a sense, so unexpected, that we were tempted to order it again.

Tom Doorley - The Daily Mail

Ms O’Dea knows her way around the menus, and she demonstrates a sophisticated culinary intelligence, so whilst the food appears straightforward – flatbreads; toasties; burgers; sausage rolls – it eats delightfully and involvingly, the dishes are nuanced, the flavours are layered, the precision of each offering is razor-sharp.

McKennas Guide

Eggs Royale is one of the dishes that has the locals salivating, with two poached organic eggs on sourdough toast served with Frank Hederman's organic smoked salmon (from nearby Belvelly Smokehouse) and hollandaise sauce. Other egg options include Gubbeen chorizo hash, mushrooms on toast, avocado crush and a Full Rosscarbery Irish.

Katy McGuinness - The Irish Independent

Jacquie, you're an absolute topper.

Una - Jacquie's mammy

We love vegans But we could never eat a whole one