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Welcome to Thomas's of Foxrock, Purveyors of Fine Foods & Wines

Celebrating 30 years in business, open 7 days a week, Thomas's of Foxrock is a stockist of an extensive selection of fine foods and wines. We have a wide range of freshly stocked fruit and vegetables, and bake our breads in-store everyday. The deli counter is packed with a large range of cheeses, meats and salads, and we freshly prepare sandwiches all day. Thomas's is an eight year Bridgestone Best in Ireland Award Winner and also a proud member of the Slow Food Ireland organisation.

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Featured Reviews

Quentin D. Specialty Food

“Every where you turn these days there seems to be a new high-end grocer or as they prefer to be called Artisan food shop. I blame fallon & byrne or Donnybrook Fair for starting the trend but I’m probably being unfair. Truth be told most of these places have been around for a long time – I just couldn’t afford them (now that I

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The Bridgestone Food Guide

“Thomas Murphy has a very keen appreciation of his customers’ demands, a fact which has firmly established the importance of Thomas’s deli in the area. Lots of choice things, good wines, and friendly, helpful advice.” John & Sally McKenna, The Bridgestone Dublin Food Guide

Food & Wine, 2003

“Most hush-hush south-side secret. Blink and you will miss sinful Lindt chocolates; sun-dried tomatoes and their tastier semi-sun-dried cousins; plump, mouth-watering olives of every hue, shape and size; Thomas’s own label relishes, chutneys and preserves; Cooke’s Colavita oils; “old-fashioned” sweets like Bull’s Eyes, Humbugs and Dolly Mixtures; Ployez-Jacquemart Blanc de Blanc vintage champagne heading a splended selection of wines…We say blink, because tucked away

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The Irish Times, 2003

“Thomas’s on Brighton Road is the sort of place that makes you salivate the minute you pass the pavement display of glossy vegetables and enter the heady interior. Mingled aromas of cheese, salami and fresh bread set the nostrils twitching. You feast your eyes on jumbo Turkish apricots, elegant gissini, and indecently fat lives. It’s the overall standard of the wines on offer that

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