Local Cafe Can Fuck Off With Its 7 Euro Sandwich


CUSTOMERS who tried out a newly opened cafe in Waterford have reacted badly to the pricing of several key items on the menu, stating that if the proprietors think they’re going to get 7 euro for a sandwich, they can think again.

McKinley’s Home Bakery And Delicatessen recently opened its doors in Waterford city centre, featuring an array of freshly baked goods as well as a cosy area where customers can enjoy a coffee or have a bite to eat.

The new eatery was initially welcomed by locals, who quickly changed their tune when they realised the prices they were being charged.

“7 euro for a Panini? You’d get a carvery dinner for that,” said one patron, who refused to elaborate on where they were getting a carvery dinner for 7 euro.

Other customers made emphatic claims that they could buy a sliced pan and ‘the makings of the same sandwich’ for a fraction of the cost, adding that the owners of the fledgling eatery must be raking it in, altogether.

“A bit of ham, and a bit of cheese, and a few other bits and pieces… sure you’d make it at home for nothing,” fumed one furious customer, vowing never to go near McKinley’s again.

“They’re making about 6.50 for every sandwich, they make, pure profit. Alright, they have overheads and bills and rates and staff to pay, but they needen’t think they can pass all those costs onto the customer. They can fucking keep it, if that’s the case”.