Our Farm Kitchens

Our new Drumanilra Farm Kitchens will build on the success of our popular and award-winning Drumanilra Farm Kitchen in Boyle, Co. Roscommon, voted best place to eat in the County, by Trip Advisor reviewers.  They will serve local, organic, wholesome, sustainable food, rooted in place and assured provenance, and grown by us and other like-minded producers.

Drumanilra Farm Kitchen, Strandhill, is the first of the two restaurants and farm shops opening in the North West, over the next 8 months.  The second will be Ireland’s first ever “drive-through”, organic, fast food outlet in Carrick-on-Shannon.  Our third premises, our flagship restaurant and farm-shop food hall, will open in Boyle in 2021.  Visitors to the restaurants and shops will be encouraged to  visit our organic farm, a 35 minute drive from Strandhill, and 10 minutes from Boyle, to see at first hand, the provenance of the food we prepare.

Drumanilra Farm Kitchen (Strandhill, Co. Sligo)

Organic food from our farm and the sea: Opening Easter 2020

A family friendly dining experience, in the heart of Strandhill on the Wild Atlantic Way, with wood burning fires and views over the popular surfing & walking beach to the mountains of Sligo bay beyond.  Ethical carnivore, sustainable seafood, vegetarian, vegan and free-from dining-in menu, together with a take-away burger and salad bar and farm shop retail.

Drumanilra Farm Kitchen (Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim)

Organic Food From Our Farm To Go! Opening Summer 2020

Organic burgers from ethically farmed meats, vegetarian, vegan and free-from.  Ireland’s first ever organic, direct from the farm, drive-through, fast food restaurant.  On the N4 route to the North West and the Wild Atlantic Way, on the outskirts of the bustling tourism town of Carrick-on-Shannon and the gateway to the Shannon Blueway.

Drumanilra Farm Kitchen, Farm & Eco Shop (Boyle, Co. Roscommon)

Organic Food From Our Farm: Opening Christmas 2021

A flagship, food tourism destination in the heart of the charming, heritage town of Boyle.  The building will be home to an organic “direct from the farm” restaurant, a farm produce food hall, a microbrewery, organic bakery, organic butchery, and an eco-living shop.  It will host food related events and workshops throughtout the year.

“Organic products from the farm”