Café Temple — good food for a good cause

Café Temple is a vibrant new social business, inspired by the work of Muhammad Yunus, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate. All of its profits will be donated to local charities.

Café Temple was started by father and son Steve and Sebastian, who will be working in association with Console, SERVE, and many other charities, to help raise awareness and funds for many local charities carrying out great work around Galway and Ireland.

The café's ethos is to use as much local, organic, ecologically sound, and homemade produce as possible, and it is working with many local artisan producers, so watch out for them on the menu. Where the café cannot get locally it will source ingredients nationally. Vegetarian and vegan options are available, including a delicious organic beetroot burger and vegan treats.

The team at Café Temple want customers to see the value of food, to see how what we eat affects how we feel, while also enjoying eating and drinking good food made with care and passion. Both Seb and Steve believe that the only way to see change in the world is to be the change that they want to see.

Café Temple is open Monday to Saturday from 8am to 5.30pm. Call in for breakfast, lunch, or a coffee and homemade scone. Remember support local, it takes you to start the trend.

Café Temple, 12 The Cornstore, Augustine Street, Galway, phone (091 ) 452 405.



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