|The English Market has entrances on Princes Street,
Patrick Street and the Grand Parade. It is a covered market for
fish, fruit, meat and vegetable. The origins of the market can be
traced back to James 1st in 1610, but the
present building dates from 1786.
In 1980 it was destroyed by fire and
was refurbished by Cork Corporation to an award-winning design by
the Cork city architect T. F. MacNamara,
Foods from all
over the world as well as traditional Cork foods can be purchased.
Meat eats, fish, breads, organic fruit & vegetables, you'll also
find as hot buttered eggs, cheese, olives, crubeens
(pigs' feet), and the Cork favourite Tripe & Drisheen
Open - Monday to Saturday
9.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.