Yet another West Cork town with a great reputation for good food and great produce - on Fridays ( 9am to 2pm), they have the best of local, artisan and traditional producers and it’s always very friendly.
In the busy market-town of “Skibb” (in the Irish language, the name means “harbour for little boats”) you will find the Kalbos Cafe and husband and wife team Siobhan and Anthony, serving up breakfasts and brunch made with local produce in a simple yet chic space.
Heir Island is a tiny island in majestic Roaring Water Bay in West Cork, and home to The Island Cottage Restaurant. It is, as the name would suggest, a traditional farm cottage, home to a unique restaurant, created by John Desmond & Ellmary Fenton. For the past 25 years, they have accepted small numbers of bookings, the island can only be reached by small boat from a tiny nearby harbour and the menu is set, featuring only what they have harvested locally or sourced from local fishermen and farmers on the day. It is a true one-off experience. An unforgettable evening in a magical setting. Very West Cork. However, they can only accommodate small numbers so please book well in advance.
This restaurant, in the charming West Cork village of Rosscarbery has built a fine reputation by using the very best of West Cork growers and producers to craft an ever-changing, seasonal menu.
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.