A LARGE PART OF OUR MISSION IS TO USE AND PROMOTE IRISH SUPPLIERS AND PRODUCE, WE HAVE SEARCHED FAR AND WIDE, TO FORM A LIST OF SUPPLIERS WHO CREATE AND SOURCE SPECTACULAR PRODUCE FROM RIGHT HERE IN IRELAND.
WE BELEIVE IN THE QUALITY OF IRISH PRODUCE, WE ALSO SEE IT AS A MORE SUSTAINABLE OPTION, PROMOTING IRELAND AS A FOOD DESTINATION AND AIMING TO REDUCE OUR IMPACT, BY REDUCING WASTE AND HARMFUL PRACTICES.
King of Kefir The non-alcoholic fermented beverage has been made in small batches in the heart of Dublin since 2014 becoming Ireland’s first dedicated water kefir brewery. King of Kefir is conditioned for 14 days and contains less than 10 calories per bottle. With no added sugar, it is suitable for diabetics as well as being coeliac friendly. It also contains no preservatives, stabilisers or emulsifiers and is available on tap.
WineLab Founded in 2013, WineLab is one of Ireland’s most disruptive independent drinks companies. Having introduced and established wine on tap in Ireland, WineLab are now about to roll out a closed loop recycling system for their kegs, creating a truly sustainable alternative for drinks packaging. All wines are vegan and available in red, white and sparkling varieties! Tag: @winelab_ireland
Wicklow Rapeseed Oil Grown and produced in the Garden of Ireland, Wicklow Rapeseed Oil produces products that are 100% natural, traceable and GM free. This award-winning oil is nutty and packed full of flavour, complimenting
our dishes perfectly.
Toons Bridge Dairy Based in West Cork, Toons Bridge Dairy make over 15 varieties of cheese using unpasteurised cow and sheep milk. The family run business specialises in mozzarella, burrata and ricotta and support local
farmers by sourcing all milk from Cork.
Sustainable Seafood Ireland Sustainable Seafood Ireland delivers fresh fish and shellfish to Sprezzatura daily. Caught on the east coast of Ireland, Sustainable Ireland supplies seasonal, local, ethical and sustainable fish that’s bursting with flavour.
Little Cress microgreens is a producer of top quality herbs all grown in north Dublin.