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  • Patww79 wrote: »
    I think the moreish does hot rolls in other ones I've seen so that should be OK.

    Did anyone notice if they have pumps you can pay by card at? It's so handy in places like J14 on the M7 that at busy times you can just do that and go on your way. The one in Clonee village had just put in new pumps but didn't bother with those and it was really needed there as you wouldn't swing a cat outside it.

    Didn't notice any pay by card pumps.




  • January wrote: »
    1.16 for diesel and I think either 124 or 126 for petrol

    That a few cent more for diesel than other spots I think. I haven't filled up in about 10 days but I'm sure I paid under 1.10 then.




  • According to pumps.ie it's average for the area. Husband said petrol was 1.26.




  • Patww79 wrote: »
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    Pumps 1 & 2 definitely have a pay at pump facility. Not sure about the others.




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  • ThisRegard wrote: »
    Same as myself but mainly for Costa. I know many aren't fans but I am ever since a nice barista gave me a double or treble shot of vanilla on the house in my latte one Christmas eve a few years ago at the one in the M4 services. I'm still chasing that high. Saves the hassle of the traffic, and queues, of going to the one in the centre.

    The menu for chopped does look appealing though.

    There's a Costa around the corner from the new place....if you can sneak in past security ;)

    Went into the petrol station for a wander, looks nice.




  • January wrote: »
    1.16 for diesel and I think either 124 or 126 for petrol
    I know I'm being pedantic, but 1.16 for daysul is a bit rich for the area.




  • There's a Costa around the corner from the new place....if you can sneak in past security ;)

    Went into the petrol station for a wander, looks nice.

    Where is this Costa that you speak of :)




  • Patww79 wrote: »
    There's nothing on it would interest me, a roll is grand. With the Moreish everyone is covered anyway.

    A salad in place of a greasy breakfast roll every once in a while isn't going to kill you, quite the opposite in fact.




  • dodzy wrote: »
    I know I'm being pedantic, but 1.16 for daysul is a bit rich for the area.

    It was 112.9 in the petrol station in Mulhuddart village today


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  • They are quite lovely though :) Had two since they've opened and they were incredibly tasty.




  • dodzy wrote: »
    I know I'm being pedantic, but 1.16 for daysul is a bit rich for the area.

    Petrol and diesel have crept up everywhere since Christmas and still are it seems. The 99c a litre diesel back then is a distant memory.




  • ongarboy wrote: »
    Petrol and diesel have crept up everywhere since Christmas and still are it seems. The 99c a litre diesel back then is a distant memory.
    ah I know that. But 4c dearer than the topaz less than 1000mtrs away.....




  • dodzy wrote: »
    ah I know that. But 4c dearer than the topaz less than 1000mtrs away.....


    Maxol are pretty much always the dearest of the brands

    They will always be 3-5 cent dearer than their competition




  • Where is this Costa that you speak of :)
    IBM campus, not exacly accessible :(

    Bandara wrote: »
    Maxol are pretty much always the dearest of the brands

    They will always be 3-5 cent dearer than their competition
    I never really had the same experience, for example the Maxol on the Navan Road in Cabra is the best price in that area.




  • Diesel is 112.9 today. It's absolutely jammers in there today.




  • January wrote: »
    Diesel is 112.9 today. It's absolutely jammers in there today.

    Not exactly cheap for Diesel, will stick with Esso near Fairyhouse Racecourse at 106.9 per litre.




  • 111.9 diesel last night. That's some drop in 2 days! They copped on its good to see




  • It was a mess there this morning, they were running gradually out of fuel and the prepay requirement certainly wasnt helping. Why they didnt put EPOS on all pumps i dont know. Took me about 15 mins just to get some diesel

    The food outlets were busy with curious natives however.


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  • Larbre34 wrote: »
    It was a mess there this morning, they were running gradually out of fuel and the prepay requirement certainly wasnt helping. Why they didnt put EPOS on all pumps i dont know. Took me about 15 mins just to get some diesel

    The food outlets were busy with curious natives however.

    I think I'll leave it a couple of weeks before I mosey in to give them time to address teething issues and let the novelty crowds die down.




  • ongarboy wrote: »
    I think I'll leave it a couple of weeks before I mosey in to give them time to address teething issues and let the novelty crowds die down.

    Definitely do that. The food outlets seem to have hit the ground running, each and every one of them was getting good business yesterday. There is only one baby chair at the moment but a manager told me they have 5 more on order, so that's good. A bag full of rubbish was left beside me yesterday while eating, a manager noticed it about a minute after it was left and rushed over to get it out of the way, so a few teething problems with floor staff but nothing major.

    Second problem they've had with the petrol in as many days though, they need to sort that out.




  • Where exactly is it? Do you have to go on the N3 to get there or can you access it from Mulhuddart/ Ladyswell?




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  • Or through Damastown from Ladyswell Road, left at first roundabout and first left for entry in.




  • Top of ongar road (ongar end) by the roundabout. Big sign with the words 'guess whats hatching here' and a picture of a chicken.

    First guess ... A kfc.

    Please no.




  • I saw that too. It looked like an Easter banner - couldn't figure it out. I''m 99% certain it's not a restaurant as that area has recently been given permission for 100s of apartments and houses. Unless that's what the banner is referring to but it seems like an odd way of announcing a residential development.




  • Top of ongar road (ongar end) by the roundabout. Big sign with the words 'guess whats hatching here' and a picture of a chicken.

    First guess ... A kfc.

    Please no.

    Would that not go against sighting fast food outlets beside school ?




  • I thought it was quite obviously advertising new houses (birds' nest = human houses).


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  • There is no zoning at that location to allow for a KFC or anything similar, so whatever it is, its not that. I cant see a major fast food chain moving into Ongar village anytime soon either!


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