Cork, Ireland
Restaurant

Les Gourmandises on Cook Street, City Centre– An elegant, romantic dining room, fine French cooking and a menu that makes the best of local produce. As a port, Cork has traded food and drink with France since the 14th Century. Les Gourmandises keeps up a fine tradition of Cork-French co-operation.

Carrigaline
Cheese

Multi-award winning Irish farmhouse cheese producers

Cork, Ireland
Taste Trail

Cork has just over 1,000kms of wild Atlantic coastline. And the many varieties of seaweed that grows along our coast are now being recognised as a great resource for everything from food and natural fertiliser to medical and beauty products. You can forage for your own seaweed, learn about edible types and taste some of the bounty of the West Cork shoreline with Wild Atlantic Way tours, led by a lady who is passionate about seaweed, Zita Dennehy.

Whitegate
Cheese

Ballinrostig Cheese handmade in East Cork

Killmallock, Ireland
Dairy

Artisan Cheese producer

Ballincollig
Produce

IncrEdible Flowers specialises in delicious, high-end edible fruit arrangements that are perfect for any occasion.

Cork, Ireland
Café

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.

Cork, Ireland
Cookery Class

Something for the kids - Douglas Cookery Cottage offer kid’s birthday parties, kid’s weekly cooking classes and teenager’s weekly cooking classes.

Midleton
Smoked Foods

Wilkies Chocolate is a multi award winning organic dark chocolate maker based in Midleton, Co. Cork.

Blarney, Ireland
Café

Once only opened during the busy season has just been given a new lease of life. Reopened since last year by Lenka Forrest, the Blarney café is filled with a smorgasbord of scrumptious home-baked goodies, and proud users of high-end Badger & Dodo coffee roaster.