Maxol, Ireland’s leading family owned forecourt and convenience retailer, recently invested €650,000 in its Adamstown service station in Lucan. The refurbishment of the station, which is located on the N4, sees the opening of fast food restaurant Abrakebabra, known for its delicious kebabs and tasty loaded fries with a twist.
The extensive upgrade to the site includes seating for 24 people, the introduction of Maxol’s new fresh ground coffee, Rosa Coffee, and a wider range of healthy food menu options from the new Maxol Deli, along with a wide range of competitively priced grocery essentials for customers to buy on their way home from work.
Tony O'Connor, Licensee at Maxol Adamstown, said:
“Our goal is to give our customers what they want and to make things more simple for those who may be short on time. The upgrade to the service station provides a modern and inviting store environment, which we are very proud of. The freshly made Rosa Coffee is essential to our customers, so we’re very happy to be able to provide a quality cup of coffee that even the most discerning of caffeine lovers will appreciate! Abrakebabra is also a great addition for our customers wanting a meal fast when they are on the go, and the custom-made sandwiches from our Maxol Deli offers an alternative healthy and wholesome choice."
Mark Walsh, Regional Manager, The Maxol Group, said;
“We are delighted with the investment at Adamstown, which has added a wider choice and range of quality food options. The in-store design and layout are now one of the most up to date in our network and since opening the feedback from customers has been extremely positive. This is also down to the friendly service offered by Tony and his dedicated team. Further investment of €2m is also planned at four other Maxol Dublin based service stations, Ballycoolin, Harold’s Cross, Mespil Road and Turvey in the first half of this year. This is part of our strategy to deliver a best in class range of services and customer experience across our growing network of 115 sites on the island of Ireland”.