Thursday, 26th April 2018
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Sweet Aroma Café to nourish the citizens of Waterford City with fresh food

Sweet Aroma Café, a family owned business, has captured the attention of Waterford food lovers with their delicious hot drinks and irresistible food. Sweet Aroma Café is a vibrant new eatery that has opened on 34 Parnell Street and is the latest of a growing list of cafés that are focusing on revitalising Waterford city. The creator of Sweet Aroma Café, Oxana Bagrin aspires to do more than serve great food. Since opening, the café has been designed to nourish the citizens of Waterford with fresh food, prepared daily. Oxana was driven by a strong sense of creating a café built around fresh ingredients, with ample choices for people who want to focus on good food at affordable prices.

Service begins at 8.00am and runs through the afternoon six days a week, with a menu offering homemade cakes, sandwiches, salads, wraps and full Irish breakfast, served all day and everything is made fresh in-house each day.

“We would like people to be able to eat here daily and be better for it, by providing them with food that they will really enjoy eating.” Oxana said. Free WiFi is offered and the café has seating for 30. Walk-ins are welcome or customers can pre-order breakfasts and lunches and the menu will rotate daily and weekly. Sweet Aroma Café also provides catering services and is available for private events and functions.

Call 051 325668 for reservations and bookings or drop in and speak with Oxana.

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