OXMANTOWN

16 MARY'S ABBEY, CITY MARKETS, DUBLIN 7.


“There’s no dizzying menu: just five sandwiches that are written directly on the white tiled wall, plus one special, one soup, one salad, and a pot pie sometimes. But what sandwiches they are! This is the kind of place that only does a few things, but they do them superbly.”

— GEORGINA CAMPBELL, IRELAND GUIDES.


 

“..I want to eat an Oxmantown sandwich every day of the week until I die. Thats how good they are.”

— LOVIN' DUBLIN.


 

“..Oxmantown and has nailed lunch food. Their €5 salad boxes are better than some you’ll find on plates in high-end restaurants and the “ruby” is a king among sandwiches..”

— CATHERINE CLEARY, THE IRISH TIMES.


 

“..Oxmantown is one of the best sandwich joints in Dublin and you’ll want to go back for more.”

— FRENCH FOODIE IN DUBLIN.


 

“Oxmantown does very fine sandwiches that involve toasted sourdough and imaginative fillings (real ham hock, for example, rather than the usual plastic stuff), and proper soup and, on occasion, the kind of pies of which people like me dream. The coffee is first rate... It is a splendid, if very small, place for lunch on the hoof.”

— TOM DOORLEY.