Sligo Food Trail Producers

Producers

Ashling’s Home Cooked Food

Fast Food meets slow food, a catering trailer with a difference. Everything down to the burger buns is home made, vegetables are locally sourced and organic, meats are free range and reared in NW, chips hand cut, drinks San Pellegrino and free cookies.

BakeShop, Sligo Town

Bakery – Patisserie – Gourmet Coffee

Ballysadare Free Range Eggs

We produce, grade pack and supply grade A free range eggs and free range turkeys for Christmas.

Bluebell Organic Farm

Bluebell is an organic farm with 200 hens and 20 sheep. Producing fruit and vegetables for their baking and own use. Selling home baking, jams and eggs.

Bramble Lodge Foods

We prod uce jams, marmalades, chutneys, preserves and pickles in small batches and sell these at the farmers markets at IT Sligo each Saturday from 9am to 1pm.

Coopershill Farm, Riverstown

Luxury Country House dating from 1774 offering dinner, bed and breakfast in stunning surroundings with a 500 acre farm rearing fallow deer for the table. Great Taste Award 2 Gold stars 2014, McKennas 100 best places to stay 2015 Andrew Harper 2013 for Hospitality Recommended by Georgina Campbell, Fodors, Good Hotel Guide, Karen Brown and all good guide books.

Farm to Fork with Dinner & Overnight Stay >>

Fabio’s Ice Cream, Sligo Town

Artisan Italian ice cream. Homemade on site every day. No use of emulsifier, artificial colour or synthetic fat. Dairy & Gluten free also available. Organic and Fairtrade coffee, Pizza Slice and other quick bites.

Good & Green Organics

Good & Green Organics is a small organic horticultural business based near Gurteen, Co. Sligo growing a range of veg and salads which are sold at farmers markets and restaurants. We also buy veg from other Irish growers and we import fruit and veg which we cannot source locally.

Gourmet Parlour

The Gourmet Parlour, Bridge Street, Sligo Town. We are a well established artisan food company in Sligo for many years. All our products in our shop in Bridge Street  are made in our busy kitchen. We use locally sourced natural ingredients. We are renowned for our delicious cakes, desserts, traditional breads and preserves. Our valued customers appreciate  our range of fine foods.  We supply a nutritious hot lunch and soup daily. All you need for a delicious wholesome packed lunch. We also have an extensive catering menu. Call in and see us in our Gourmet Food Shop for your gourmet food to go.

Signature Product: Brown Soda Bread, Lemon Curd Cake.

Irish Seaweed Kitchen, Grange

In 2009 the publication of “Irish Seaweed Kitchen” brought edible seaweeds centre stage. Shore walks can be booked through the website. The very successful Sligo Seaweed Days, held annually in July offers the complete package of walk, talk on health benefits, cookery demo and dinner. Tide dependent, check website for course details. Alternatively order a laminated pocket size Guide to Edible Seaweeds with QR codes. Compatible with your smart phone, you are now completely free to take your own personalised guided seaweed walk at your leisure.

Seaweed & Seafood on Sligo’s Seashore >>

Le Fournil, Sligo Town

Le Fournil Bakery, owned by Patissier and Chocolatier Clotilde Rambaud and Tomasz Giderewicz, is located in Tobergal Lane, the heart of Sligo town. Le Fournil is a French patisserie, chocolaterie and boulangerie. Once you go through the door, you will find yourself in “dessert heaven”. Le Fournil offers a wide range of homemade patisseries and cakes to bring home or to enjoy with a good cup of organic and fairtrade coffee. You will be able to purchase delicious award winning chocolates. Clo’s chocolates are made in the premises,using only the finest ingredients. All the breads are freshly baked every day. From a traditional baguette to sourdough bread.

  • Open: 10am-6pm Tuesday-Saturday
  • Tobergal Lane, Sligo
  • T: 071 91 49807

Murson Farm

Murson Farm is a family run business producing chutneys jams and marmalades. We are also known for our traditional Irish potato cakes and soda breads and supply a number of local shops and restaurants in Sligo & Donegal.

My Strandhill Bakery

Craft Baker Dimitar Dosev started a wholesale bakery in Strandhill in the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way. Dimitar is a graduate of the Irish Baking Academy & the French National Institute of Bread & Pastry. Dimitar has a passion for high quality bread and pastries.

Bread Making Classes with My Strandhill Bakery >>

Neantóg Kitchen Garden School, Cliffoney

Gaby and Hans Wieland offer courses, workshops, tours and consultancy in sourdough baking, wholefood and raw cooking, foraging, preserving and fermenting. They grow organic vegetables in their garden and polytunnels. Watch out for the occasional pop-up restaurant!

Foraging Adventure with Neantóg >>

Seashore Veg

Marc Torrades, a French man who, captivated by the wild Atlantic, settled in Co Sligo in the 1980’s. He hand collects wild sea vegetables selling them dried and milled to local restaurants and shops. He also has an excellent seaweed bath for you to enjoy at home.

Sligo Seashore Secrets >>

Sushi Sisters

Sushi Sisters make delicious sushi platters using the finest and freshest ingredients. We have recently expanded our offer to include Middle Eastern and Greek foods which we sell at markets and events.

Sheerin’s Meatin Place

Proprietor Master Craft Butcher Adrian Sheerin is a 7th generation butcher, he has worked all over the world including Macy’s NY and he brings his eclectic talents to his customers in Ballymote and at Rathcormac Artisan Farmers Market. He specialises In Homecured Sweet Bacon and Ham as well as various sausages including Pork and Leek and Chorizo; he holds many awards including All Ireland Supreme Sausage and Pudding Champion and is European Sausage Champion, he loves to talk food and will customise your order to your requirements.Spit Roasting specialist! Visit him in Teeling Street Ballymote.

Tattie Hoaker Organic Farm

Aims to produce vegetables for the local community and with their help in a beautiful landscape. The farm is licensed organic and promotes a sustainable future for the planet. Visitors are welcome.

The Organic Centre

Nestled into the North Leitrim Hills and only 20 minutes from the Wild Atlantic Way in Tullaghan. The Organic Centre is a renowned destination for eco-tourism and visitors can attend tours and courses and enjoy the tranquility of the countryside, walk up Fowleys Falls, cycle around Lough Melvin or simply enjoy the gardens. Events throughout the year are the Annual Potato Day 13th March, The Garden Party 17th July and our Harvest Festival and Apple Day 25th September. The Eco Shop sells seeds, plants and seasonal vegetables and The Grass Roof Café(only open at weekends) offers tasty food from the gardens. “We want to inspire visitors and the general public to grow food organically and live sustainably!

The Organic Market.ie

We are a family run farm, producing organic vegetables and fruit while importing organic produce and wholefoods the whole year around. We supply wholesale to clients, restaurants and sell our produce at Rathcormac market.

Wild Atlantic Oyster

Wild Atlantic Oysters produce supremely high quality Oysters in the cool Atlantic waters of Sligo bay on the Northwest coast of Ireland. Distinguished by a firm texture, rich flavour and a strong robust character.

Wild Atlantic Food

Nestled at the foot of Knocknarea in the heart of Ransboro, Wild Atlantic Food Café is settled nicely between Strandhill and Sligo as well as being a stone’s throw from the infamous Carrowmore Tombs. Thanks to its fabulous surroundings, our little café is a world away from the hustle and bustle of the town. Our one of a kind of café is family owned and operated by Elena Gheghici, who learned the art of culinary design in Romania and mastered her skills working with Sicilians on the island of Malta. She believes in buying local, thinking seasonal and eating well, not fast. If you haven’t been before, it’s like dining at a friend’s, so we are looking forward to welcoming you into our home.