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Cafe Krem

14-16 Hill Street, Ballynacraig, Newry, County Down, BT34 2BW
Cafe Krem

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At the flagship Newry Coffee House and Sandwich Bar, you will find whatever coffee your heart desires, from espresso to cappuccino, latte, mocha and filter, and an unrivalled range of freshly made to order sandwiches, and a range of fresh baked pastries, at very reasonable prices, all served by the friendlist of staff.

Other branches are at Queen's University Belfast in the Peter Froggatt Building, at ECIT the Queen's Satellite at the Titanic Dock on Queen's Island, and the David Keir building on the Stranmillis road.

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* Newry: Monday to Saturday 08:00 - 17:30

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