Sligo’s Newest Cafe Opens – St. Honorè

There’s a new cafe in Sligo town, welcome to St. Honorè – which is not just a cafe, it’s a French Patisserie and Coffee Specialist. . St. Honorè is the patron saint of Bakers and Pastry Chefs. The pastries are handmade daily by the talented Pastry Chef/Owner who has experience running his own Boulangeries in Paris as well as working as Head Pastry Chef in London’s Top Hotel and Harrods Department Store.

St. Honorè is on Markievicz Road, a couple of doors down from Thomas Connelly – where Molly’s Diner used to be. I called in to check it out and I ordered an almond croissant and a mocha. I met up with a couple of friends and their breakfasts looked lovely, so I think next time I’ll go for the French Toast.

There’s a lovely vibe about the place, and it was very busy. The staff are friendly and welcoming, and I met Elroy – one of the owners, he explained that they did the work on the interior themselves and they really have done a lovely job. There are seats at the window, so you can watch the world go by, tables alongside the wall, and the snug area at the back.

I’ve seen some delicious looking cakes on their social media pages, so I’ll be back to check them out another time.

Wishing St. Honoré all the very best on their new venture. Find them on Facebook here, and just a little mention that I’m not affiliated with the company, on one of my last food posts I was inundated with bookings.

This isn’t a sponsored post, I paid for my food and drink.

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