Entries by TheFumbally

ARTIST TAKEOVER – OCT 1st + 8th

  Sunday and Monday is our weekend. Our time to rest. But the Café will be open on exception on Monday October 1st and Monday October 8th to host two days of exhibition and performance from artists Tom Campbell (Oct 1st) and Jota Castro (Oct 8th) as part of this years EAT:ITH event series. Each […]

EAT:ITH 2018 workshops // events // talks

    through SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER   the EAT : ITH food series will be back in The Fumbally Stables for a full month of workshops, events, talks, dinners, markets and music gigs.   check out   www.eat-ith.com   for the full programme of events  

MINIMAL INTERVENTION

  As a starting point….all our wines in the cafe these days are as minimal intervention as possible.   …what does that mean?   Well, You might hear us calling them ‘Natural‘ wines. Surely all wines are natural? Actually, no.    Did you know that up to 50 additives can be put into a bottle of […]

FROGS ATTACK

        In collaboration with Le Caveau Wine Merchants and Anthony Cointre. With visiting natural winemakers Agnés and Jean Foillard and Thierry Puzelat Le Caveau presents an exclusive evening event focusing on minimal intervention wines and no frills seasonal French cooking, with a lot of heart.  Antony Cointre, the Flying Cook, will be […]

GUEST COFFEE – THE COFFEE COLLECTIVE

  We always have two different coffees in our hoppers – our house roaster and our guest. 3FE have been our house roasters for coming on five years now and our guests rotate every few months between Irish and International roasters. Our guest coffee at the moment is The Coffee Collective from Copenhagen.     You may […]

JANUARY & FEBRUARY 2018

January dinners will start back again on Wednesday 10th January For the months of January and February we will be doing small plates dinners. The menu will change each week depending on availability of ingredients from suppliers, but it may look a little something like this:

Dec 20th – VENEZUELAN CHRISTMAS

HALLACAS a very traditional Venezuelan celebration dinner. A hallaca is a mixture of meats and vegetables wrapped in corn maize and steamed in banana leaf (similar to a Mexican tamale). We will be serving these alongside a number of other sweet and savoury South American festive dishes . * we will be taking bookings for […]