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.
A fine kitchen café in the little village of Ballydehob on the Wild Atlantic Way - Budds is a much-loved spot for late, lazy breakfasts, especially with the summer crowds who flock to this beautiful, wild coastal region of Cork. Well worth a visit if you are driving through.
Every Friday in June, July and August, come rain or shine, this walking tour sets out to visit the best of food producers, retailers, restaurants and cafes in the gorgeous West Cork market town (and foodie paradise) of Clonakilty. They take in everything from ice-cream cafes to the famous “Clon” farmers market. It’s fun, friendly and everybody is encouraged to chat, engage and taste.
A busy bake-house on Rory Gallagher Place right in the city centre, Ali's Kitchen has full breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, but is also home to one of the city’s best Bakery Counters with Ali’s donuts in particular fast approaching legendary status. Sit in with tea and coffee or take-out. Chef Ali Honour puts a modern twist on classic bakery fare.
A family owned and operated business, Barry's Tea has a long established reputation and heritage as Ireland's leading tea blender. The company was founded in Cork, Ireland, in 1901 and it has grown to become one of the Top 20 grocery brands in the Irish market.