About The Sage Cafe

Our Food

At the Sage Café we are committed to serving excellent food with the very best of ingredients. Where possible, these ingredients are locally sourced. All our meat is from animals born, reared and slaughtered in Ireland and our fish is from local suppliers. We also change our menu throughout the year to incorporate the best of seasonably available fresh produce.

All our breads, scones, jams, chutneys and desserts are homemade and we also endeavour to cater to the needs of those with wheat allergies by providing coeliac friendly options for many of our baked products, including some dishes on our menu.

At the Sage Café we hope to make your dining experience as enjoyable as possible and no request is too small. We are also pleased to offer gift vouchers.

Please take some time to have a look at our menus and hopefully we’ll see you soon.

Fair Trade

At the Sage Café we are commited to making
Fair Trade products available to our customers.

We recognise the important role that retailers and consumers alike can play in improving the situation for producers in developing countries in a modern global marketplace. By buying direct from farmers at better prices, and helping to strengthen their organizations, and by investing in social or economic development projects, the Fair Trade organization is helping to ensure that disadvantaged producers in the developing world are getting a better deal.


The Sage Café was awarded the Bridgestone Plaque for good food in 2007 and has been selected for inclusion in the 2008 edition of Bridgestone's 100 Best Restaurants in Ireland

“The clamour for tables is so great that they don’t allow you to book, and the grub more than lives up to the hype that surrounds Sage: the food here is excellent” - Bridgestone Guide 2007

“The Limerick Leader, that's Mike and Siobhan's Sage Café. . .rich, rustic, savoury food, and they don't put a foot wrong. . .Sage is successful, admirable, and absolutely spot on, with great staff who are right into the buzz of the place. Ace.” - Bridgestone Guide 2008

The Sage Café also features in Georgina Campbell's 'Ireland's Best Places to Eat, Drink & Stay' Read full Georgina Campbell review

Praise For Sage Café

10 Best Breakfasts in Ireland “An Irish breakfast for €6.95? In Ireland? In a city? Welcome to Mike and Siobhán Hogan's Sage Café, a Limerick phenomenon recommended by both Bridgestone and Georgina Campbell. Arrive early though - the homemade granola is so popular they're selling it for people to take home.” - Irish Independent Weekend, 7 June, 2008

50 Best Lunches in Ireland “Come early if you fancy your chances of landing a lunchtime table at The Sage. A broad menu sucessfully offers lunchtime staples alongside dishes like risotto, steaks and fragrant curries, all well judged and attractively presented. The comtemporary room buzzes with savvy locals who know to leave room for the baked cheescake, something od a legend around these parts.” - Sunday Tribune, 20 April, 2008

Featured in the Award Winning Ryanair Magazine “Food is the new rock'n'roll. At least it is for Mike Hogan, former bassist in the Cranberrries and occasional cook in this lunchtime favourite that serves up the best in local produce” - Ryanair Magazine Two Minute Guides, July 2009

67-68 Catherine Street, Limerick
Open: 9am - 5pm, Monday - Saturday
Tel: 061 - 409 458
Major credit cards and Laser card accepted
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