We believe Irish produce is special and worth celebrating. We work with farmers, brewers, bakers and other craftspeople to bring the best Irish produce of this island to plates and glasses. Each menu item is a snapshot of the season.
Wedges of ‘Sir’ Jack McCarthy’s Black Pudding, Almond Crumbed Sweet Potato & Granny Smith Croquette, Ardsallagh Goats Cheese and Slices of Pickled Golden & Ruby Beetroot with Balsamic & Highbank Orchard Syrup, paired with Dan Kelly’s Cider.
Dan Kelly’s Cider is named after our great-grandfather who drove a steam train on the Dublin-Belfast line, which passes through our orchard at Drogheda. Our family have been growing apples here in the Boyne Valley for more than 50 years and for generations before that in Co Armagh. Our farm manager has seen four generations of our family work with apples on this farm. We press hand-picked apples for our cider and let wild yeast ferment the juice slowly through the cool winter. Dan Kelly’s Cider is aged for at least a year before bottling.