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The Food Doc

Market Square, DUNGANNON, County Tyrone, BT70 1JH
A father and son drinking hot chocolate in a restaurant


The Food Doc is an independent, family run Wholefoods Café in Dungannon and are part of the Taste Mid Ulster Food Trail.  What started as a small dream turned into a reality in November 2019, when owner Danielle used her scientific research background and turned it into something practical.


Our Taste Mid Ulster Signature Dish

The Food Doc Bap

Our signature dish a bourbon bap with smashed avocado, turkey sausages, rocket, a poached egg and homemade salsa, topped with chilli flakes and microgreens.

Our Local Suppliers:
Turkey sausages (Kerrigans Butchers, Ireland)
Avocado, egg, rocket & salsa ingredients (Grange Farm, Moy)
Bourbon Bap (Aryzta Food Solutions, Ireland)
Microgreens (Mid Ulster Microgreens)

This dish is innovative as it is our own take on the traditional breakfast bap, making it a healthier breakfast alternative. It is unique to our business in-keeping with our ethos of ‘let food be thy medicine.’


A firm believer in ‘you are what you eat,’ The Food Doc uses high quality ingredients bursting with nutritional value, swapping refined foods for wholefoods, and adding nutritionally dense superfoods to each dish.

​We make everything fresh in The Food Doc, supporting local where we can. We make healthy food fun!

''Eat your food as medicine now, or you'll be eating your medicine as food later.''


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* Monday: 08:30 - 17:00
Tuesday: 08:30 - 17:00
Wednesday: 08:30 - 17:00
Thursday: 08:30 - 17:00
Friday: 08:30 - 17:00
Saturday: 09:00 - 17:00
Sunday: CLOSED

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