Builín Blasta Café & Bakery has introduced its new cake menu. Homemade and hand decorated, these modern cakes are perfect for all occasions including birthdays, christenings, family reunions, and baby showers. Serving anywhere from 10 to 40 people per cake, these cakes are perfect for parties big and small and range in price from €25 to €80.
The new menu includes old favourites — sponge cake with fruit and cream, and chocolate biscuit cake with chocolate ganache — as well as modern classics like red velvet with cream cheese icing and funfetti cake with vanilla buttercream and hundreds and thousands. The team can customise your cake for the occasion with decorations, custom images, or a special message, and can even decorate with edible flowers for an extra wow factor.
See Builínblasta.com for more information. Cakes are available for pre-order only. Delivery is available to some areas on request.
Builín Blasta Café & Bakery is well loved by locals and famous for its freshly baked breads, cinnamon rolls, cakes, and pastries. Builín Blasta also offers an award winning hearty and wholesome hot food menu served every day from 10am to 5pm. Highlights include breakfast (the sausage rolls are a must try ), smoked mackerel salad, vegan lentil bolognese, monkfish goujons with chermoula and tzatziki, and one of the best chowders you will find on Galway Bay. This is food at its finest — fresh, local, authentic, and cooked with passion.
Tasty food? Check. Tempting desserts? Check. What else makes the perfect café? Great coffee, of course. Hand roasted by Bean West roasters in Westport, the café has its own custom blend. If you are in a hurry, you can take yours to go in a reusable mug (the café is and always has been eco-conscious, with compostable packaging and a waste reduction scheme ), or buy the beans to brew at home. The tea is Campbells loose-leaf (the kind your granny used to drink ) and there is also a wide selection of Suki tea from Belfast on offer, not to mention local beers, wine, and homemade lemonade.
Have we mentioned that Builín Blasta is an Irish language café? The name means Tasty Loaf (trust us, it’s tasty ), the wait staff will be happy to serve you í mBéarla nó í Gaeilge and you can pick up a cúpla focal to practice at home.