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This cute little Irish shop in London is absolutely beloved by emigrants

A one-stop shop for Tayto, TK and Kimberleys.

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BEING AWAY FROM your creature comforts is one of the hardest things about moving away from home. Talk to any Irish emigrant and they’ll tell you about how they miss the little things like Tayto, Superquinn sausages and Club Orange.

So thank God for places like Mandy’s in Tooting, London, that supply Irish emigrants with all their food and drink needs.

Mandy’s first opened its doors in the 1960s on Willesden High Road and became a one-stop shop for everyone’s Irish needs.

That branch closed a few years ago, but its shop in Tooting is still absolutely thriving.

#mandysirishshop #tooting #londonirish #barrystea

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Have a craving for some good old-fashioned Chipsticks or Snax? Or how about Kimberleys or Macaroon bars?

Mandy’s will sort you out.

Not to mention your local paper

Nice one, Mandy’s.

It’s absolutely beloved by the Irish community in London

“A mixture of crap food and religious paraphernalia. #perfection”

 

It’s completed many lives…

And, yes, it sells Odlums

Thanks be to Jesus.

And here’s the sign they had up in the window at Christmas

A little slice of home.

Keep up the good work, Mandy’s.

(h/t Reddit Ireland)

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