etermined to eat his way through not only Greystones but the surrounding villages and towns, Elvis was pretty darn happy to hit Kilcoole’s finest eaterie this week.
Not only do they sell fine foods, juicy fruit and look-at-the-muck-on-that fresh vegetables, but Nicky’s Village Market is also, of course, home to Best Coffee In World.
At least, that’s what it says on the billboard outside.
What’s on The Artist Formerly Known As Alan Adamson’s mind today though is, how’s the feckin’ food? Given that this is a man who lives on sex & drugs and sausage rolls, it was a happy Elvis who spotted the oversized, voluptuous pastry treats on display.
We settled for the omlette, foolishly agreeing that a bit of everything thrown in would be cool – a move that jumped the price from €6 to €8. The bastards.
Still, it was tasty. Dang tasty.
Not that the world cares a jot about GG’s lunch. What everyone wants to know is, did Nicky’s Village Market supply a lunch fit for The King…?
You can check out our other Lunches With Elvis right about here. You can find Nicky’s Village Market right about here.
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