The Gavel Cafe - best-kept secret for breakfast or lunch in Naas - and lots of free parking!

The Gavel Cafe at the M7 Motorpark in Naas is re-launching its Menu and would like to welcome new customers.

The convenient eaterie is open 6 days a week and has a fantastic Menu if locals are looking for a hearty breakfast or a quick lunch on the road.

Lunch orders can even be emailed in advance and be ready to be served when you arrive.

The Cafe has a warm and friendly ambience and there are even comfortable couches to lounge in if you have time to read a book or magazine.

The venue is located in Merlin Car Auctions building just off Junction 10 on the M7.

It's a perfect location for workers in the nearby M7 Business Park, Naas Enterprise Park or Ladytown Business Park at Toughers.

The Gavel Cafe has been operated for the past 18 months by Dublin native Audrey Cooling.

Chef Robert Anderson has considerable experience in the restaurant industry and likes to add his own individual twist to dishes.

All Menu items are cooked to order with fresh ingredients delivered into the kitchen each morning.

Opening Hours

It has very customer-friendly opening hours, including late opening on Wednesday evenings.

Mon, Tues, Thu & Fri: 9.30am - 3pm

Wed: 9.30am - 9.30pm

Sat: 9.30 - 1.30pm.


Favourites on The Gavel Cafe Menu include Chef Robert's Chicken Fajitas which comes with Marinated Chicken Pieces which are wok fried with Mixed Peppers and Onions and Mushrooms with a Flour Tortilla Wrap Served with Fresh Salsa Sour Cream and Grated Cheese.

This substantial dish costs just €7.50.

A very popular staple with regulars is the Home Made Soup of the Day served with a Gourmet three-filling Sandwich for €6.50.

Also in big demand is the Wednesday Special - Steak with Sauteed Onions and Mushrooms, Peppercorn Sauce and Chips.

Another favourite are takeaway or eat-in Noodle Boxes with 5oz or 8oz portions of Chicken with a choice of Soy Sauce, Sweet Chilli Sauce or BBQ Sauce.

Children are also extensively catered for with Chicken Goujons and Sausages among the most popular choices.

Corporate Catering

The Gavel Cafe has built up a trusted reputation among local companies for its Corporate Catering.

All meetings and events can be made extra special with a Hot or Cold Lunch and Breakfast Platters for Office Parties or Functions.

Sandwich Platters for 5 people cost just €17 and can consist of Freshly-Cut Gourmet Sandwiches on a Selection of Breads and Wraps.

A Hot Platter for 5 costs €27.50 and includes Chicken Goujons/Wings, Stuffed Mushrooms, Cocktail Sausages and Jumbo Spring Rolls served with a Selection of Dips.

For larger groups, Hot and Cold Buffets are also available for a minimum of 15 people with prices starting at €105.

The Gavel Cafe also supplies Breakfast Boxes - a Full Irish Breakfast in a box for 4 people.

Family Occasions

All family occasions such as Christenings, Communions, Birthdays and Anniversaries are also catered for.

Loyalty Cards and Gift Vouchers are also available for customers.


For more information on the Gavel Cafe, call Audrey at (087) 235 4771 or email her at .

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