Sarsfield Road, Wilton
Dairy

Clona West Cork Foods is a chilled and ambient food distribution company serving the Munster region. The company was initially founded to service the needs of local producers and we continue to be a strong supporter of these local producers.

Churchtown
Beverages

Producers of pure, natural apple juices, dressings, jellies and marmalades.

Cork, Ireland

Threespoons.ie is one of the leading online loose leaf Tea Shop and Supplier in Cork Ireland.

Cork, Ireland
Taste Trail

Herbalist and forager Vivienne Campbell regularly does foraging walks from May through to October – they take place across Munster but Vivienne is a frequent visitor to Cork. For more details visit her website.

Midleton
Cookery Class

Scratch the surface of almost anything to do with good food in Cork and you will find the Ballymaloe mark in there somewhere.

Cork, Ireland

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.

Cork, Ireland
Restaurant

Blairscove House is one of the jewels of wild West Cork, a beautifully restored Georgian country house with cobbled courtyard, accommodation and a restaurant housed inside a spacious, stone-built former barn. The food is famous, the setting is magical, with views out over majestic Dunmanus Bay.

Kanturk, Ireland
Dairy

Established in 1928 North Cork Creameries produce Butter, Milk, Cream, Milk Powders and Casein for Retail, Food Service and Ingredients Markets. A continuous programme of research and development ensures that North Cork Creameries keeps pace with technological change, enabling them to adapt quickly to changing market need.

Ireland
Taste Trail

Climb into a sea-kayak and go on a three-hour seaweed foraging tour along the coast with Atlantic Sea Kayaking in Union Hall – learn how to harvest and use edible sea-weed and other foraged foodstuff from the West Cork coast. They also do foraging walks.

Castletownsend, Ireland
Gastropub

In the historic, charming seaside village of Castletownshend, Mary Ann’s pub was once a 17th century coaching inn. And not a lot seems to have changed, other than the menu, which takes the very best from sea and field to create special dishes.