Do you want to eat wholesome, natural food, made by real people with a passion for what they do?

My food philosophy is to source the finest ingredients – as local & natural as possible, to prepare them with gratitude and serve with love.

Championing award-winning, artisan producers along the Wild Atlantic Way and Ireland in general. It is my ethos to support local artisan producers and help them put food on their tables, by putting it on yours! A few foraged products come from further afield, but these are kept to a minimum and aid local conservation.

Introducing, quite possibly, the first fully Palm Oil and GMO-free wine bar menu in Ireland, for more information about Palm Oil and GMO in the food chain, please hop on over to my blog!

The food I serve in The Gallery is as much as possible, made by artisans who lovingly craft their products, I place a strong emphasis on food provenance and ethical sourcing.

Eoin rears his organic pigs in natural woodland in Co. Meath, Lorraine bakes unbleached crackers and makes terrines and pate down in Cork. Fiona makes organic syrup, chutney, and marmalade on a permaculture farm in Wexford. 

Here in Westport, Wool Hat Pat bakes his bread fresh every morning at Cornrue bakery, Andrew puts poetry into his teas and local syrups, Aron roasts our Cosmic5 coffee and Liam and Sinead drop off their Slovenian based Roka wines.

Joe Kelly provides spiritual salad leaves and fresh veg (in season) and I source Cretan and Greek organic/biodynamic olives from Marianna.

The cheeses are from Ireland, England, and Wales because I like them and I believe you will too! The smoked and black garlic butter is Irish and the fruit and nuts, organic.

The food served is simple and tasty.

GMO & PALM OIL FREE MENU

A full allergen list is available upon request. Please ask during your visit.

We cannot guarantee no contact with nuts, we can provide gluten free bread and crackers.

Please note, we are not a restaurant, we are a wine bar that serves a selection of very high quality tapas style products as well as artisan cheese and grazing boards.