Based in the grounds of stately Ballinacurra House near Kinsale, a half hour’s drive from Cork City, chef David Rice has his Kinsale Gourmet Academy offering a range of one-day or longer courses on everything from bread-baking and BBQ-ing to dessert making and the art of artisan pizza. Fun courses in a spectacular setting.
Market Lane is an award-winning restaurant and bar situated on Oliver Plunkett Street, in the heart of Cork city centre. Serving over two floors we offer great food and amazing value.
The Rocket Man ethos is “Quick Food – Not Fast Food”. And you can find us at two locations in the city centre – in the Winthrop Arcade on Oliver Plunkett Street and at our main café on nearby Princes Street.
When Jeffa Gill began making cheese on her farm in 1979, it was part of her pioneering spirit and drive to provide for her family from her own small-holding in West Cork. Jeffa also wanted to capture something of the goodness of this ancient farming land in her unique, hand-crafted cheeses. Today, almost four decades later, Durrus cheeses are still made by hand, using traditional techniques on their own farm.
In the harbour town of Bantry, with its very lively local food scene, this Friday market (9:30 am to 1pm) has the best from the region, plus crafts, music and more.
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.