“I regret to announce that Nibbles food emporium is to cease trading with immediate effect.
As a small family business and with 14 years history in Millstreet, it has been a difficult and emotional decision. It has been a hugely rewarding experience and my great pleasure to serve all of our dear customers. Unfortunately during the past few months due to a problematic broken ankle and other minor health reasons, this difficult decision had to be made. [read more …] “Nibbles Closing their Doors 😢”
A huge congratulations to Eleanor and all at Nibbles, who won the All Ireland Farmers Market Competition in Enniscorthy yesterday (Sunday), for the best market produce and stand, traceability, innovation, customer service and enthusiasm …“I’m still overwhelmed by the judges positive comments and reviews….super proud of Nibbles, my team and my family and friends who have helped me achieve this standard over the last thirteen years”
A truly superb party at Nibbles Food Emporium,West End, Millstreet took place on Saturday, 14th November 2009 from 8.30 p.m. until late. Eleanor Leahy of Nibbles recently won the highly prestigious All-Ireland gold medal for her outstanding Pear and Almond Tart. All were invited to celebrate the splendid win and to partake of delicious refreshments including the scrumptious award-winning Tart in an exquisitely decorated setting which featured a welcoming lantern on the tree outside this renowned and very popular Café. A special blessing was imparted by Fr.Paddy O’Byrne (next door neighbour) and Fr. Declan O’Connor, P.P., Millstreet. We, as part of the LTV2 team, were delighted to record the very happy occasion. Here we share a selection of pics (which can be viewed below). to help experience the unique ambiance of that joyful evening at Nibbles. (Seán Radley for millstreet.ie)
Don’t forget that we’re all invited to a party on this Saturday evening at Nibbles Café at the West End. Elenor who won an All-Ireland gold medal for her outstanding Pear and Almond Tart recently, wants us all to share in her joy, to have a piece of the cake as it were. It starts at 8.30 (after mass), so do drop in, it’s for everybody.