Cork, Ireland
Smoked Foods

About a 45 minute drive from the city, in the little village of Timoleague, you’ll find one of Ireland’s biggest and longest-established Smokehouses.

Bandon, Ireland
Shop

Urru is a culinary shop with a café that has Irish food at its heart.

Cork, Ireland
Restaurant

Having been in business for 36 years, they have built up a great network of growers & suppliers, giving them access to the best raw ingredients in Cork.

Cork City, Ireland
Seafood Restaurant

A family owned seafood bar serving up fish caught by their own boats off the coasts of Cork

Seafood

The Laughing Oyster Seaweed Company sustainably harvest, dry and prepare a variety of Irish seaweeds using traditional means gathered from the pristine Irish waters of Bere Island, West Cork for you to enjoy.

Macroom, Ireland
Cheese

A herd of Italian Water Buffalo on a farm in North Cork? It may sound quixotic – but Macroom Buffalo Cheese, the passion project of farmer Johnny Lynch – is Ireland’s only herd of water buffalo and their milk produces Johnny’s award winning cheese. They welcome groups of visitors (if you contact them through their website) and the farm hosts open days once a month.

Cork, Ireland
Pub

Visiting the Jameson Distillery, a half-hour east of the city in Midleton, is an experience most visitors to Cork will have at the top of their list. A mere 200 years in the making, this is one of the most visited whiskey distilleries in the world, the spiritual home of a great spirit, and a place to see where one of Ireland’s most famous exports goes from grain to glass (with a little magic along the way).

Kinsale
Prepared Foods

Specialists in milled seeds, natural protein powders and easy-to-bake bread mix.

Cork, Ireland
Take Away

For artisan sushi, noodles and other classic Asian dishes, Dashi Deli on Cook Street in Cork is a firm favourite with the locals.

Midleton
Smoked Foods

Wilkies Chocolate is a multi award winning organic dark chocolate maker based in Midleton, Co. Cork.