Our food is fresh and made in-house using the best locally sourced produce. Our fresh meat is Irish and provided by Traditional Master Butcher Frank Doyle from Bray, County Wicklow.
“Our tomato country relish is slow-cooked in-house from scratch and is used on our beef, veggie and brekkie burgers.”
BUSINESS DURING COVID-19
Since reopening after lock-down lots of things have had to change and we are trying hard to make the best for ourselves and our customers out of this strange situation we all find ourselves in. We now only offer takeaway food but we have increased the number of tables and benches outside and we welcome our customers to sit outdoor and enjoy their takeaway.
Keep’in it Simple
We do not process the meat (no breadcrumbs, preservatives or anything like that is added). We simply take the meat, hand form our burgers and smash them into patties on the grill (no two are the same) whilst cooking on the grill we give it a light sprinkling of salt. It’s simple and very tasty.
Our burger buns are made by The Keegan Family Bakers in Bray, County Wicklow. Husband and wife team Kim and Steve are up early baking for us. We love collecting the buns early in the morning the smells in their bakery are amazing and on cold winter days, we’re allowed a sneaky warm-up at their ovens.
Re-Cycling and our Environment
We’re close to nature here in the mountains so we made a decision right from the start to have as low an impact on mother earth as possible. Where possible our disposable cups, lids, plates, cutlery and glasses are made from compostable and biodegradable materials.
Some of our consumables look a bit like plastic (for example our cutlery and disposable water glasses) but we go to great lengths and expense to make sure we use the latest biodegradable PLA, sugarcane and compostable recycled material. We even offer a discount on your coffee if you bring your own keep cup. Our hot water is provided by our wood-burning stove which is fuelled from sustainable wood taken from our own forest here in the park.