Also in the village of Douglas and sister café & deli to the popular English Market store, On The Pigs Back offers fine food, breads, cheeses and cakes in a relaxed setting.
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.
Haven Shellfish is a Farm to Fork business. After spending 3 years growing our oysters in mesh bags on trestles on the shoreline of Oysterhaven we harvest, depurate, pack and distribute them to our loyal customers.
With over 45 regular stalls serving up everything from burritos to locally produced artisan meats, cheeses and veg, this busy market in the grounds of a shopping centre in the suburb of Wilton is a great mid-week option - especially if you want to stock up before heading to West Cork.
A short, 15-minute drive from the city centre – the quirky & gorgeous Workshop Tea Rooms is the place that serves “tea and cake at the end of the runway”. In the countryside just behind Cork airport, it’s run by two brothers who converted their dad’s old country carpentry workshop into a café that doubles up as a vintage furniture & curios salesroom. This little slice of joy is one of Cork’s best (or possibly worst) kept secrets.