Looking for something fun to do? We've got you covered with a gorgeous dinner for four with house wine at Killruddery's Seasonal Supper Club up for grabs.
Have you ever been to the Seasonal Supper Clubs at Killruddery in Bray, Co Wicklow? Hosted almost weekly on Friday and some Saturday evenings, these supper clubs take place at the Grain Store Restaurant at Killruddery and are curated by head chef Niall O'Sullivan. Each supper club menu is completely unique and highlights the best of what's in season, as well what's available from Killruddery's Walled Gardens and farm.
Nestled between the Little Sugarloaf Mountain and Bray Head, Killruddery is a 17th-century, 800-acre estate and working farm complete with stunning formal gardens, Long Ponds and a Victorian Walled Garden. Killruddery House has been a family home since the 1600s, with Lord and Lady Ardee of the Brabazon family currently in residence -the duo has transformed the property into a popular visitor attraction and cultural highlight on Ireland’s Ancient East, while protecting Killruddery’s soul and unique character as a special family home
A popular wedding venue, the estate is also home to a weekly Farm Market with food stalls, local crafts and more on offer in the estate's Horse Yard, next to Killruddery's Farm Shop and The Grain Store Restaurant.
The Grain Store Restaurant, which was shortlisted for Best Casual Dining Leinster at the 2021 Food&Wine Restaurant of the Year Awards, is open daily from 9am-5pm, with breakfast, lunch, coffee and cake all on offer. The Seasonal Supper Clubs, which are available on Friday and select Saturday evenings, put seasonal vegetables and estate reared meat at the centre of the dining experience.
With fantastic produce starting to come into season, chef Niall O'Sullivan and his team have created a sharing plate-style menu that showcases the best of what's available at Killruddery. In addition to the estate's working farm and garden, O'Sullivan is an experienced forager - he's a founding member of the foraging group Nádúr Collective - and supplements his menus with delicious foraged produce.
The four-course, sharing-style meal available at Killruddery's Seasonal Supper Clubs costs €49 per person - for more information, click here.
How to win
Want to try Killruddery's Seasonal Supper Club for yourself? We have a delicious meal for four with house wine at the Grain Store Restaurant up for grabs. To be in with a chance to win this wonderful prize, simply answer the question below and fill in the following form. Good luck!
T&Cs apply. Entrants must be 18 years or older. This prize includes a table for four at Killruddery's Seasonal Supper Club with a bottle of house white wine and a bottle of house red wine on the night of the winner's choice, depending on availability. This prize cannot be exchanged for cash and is non-transferable and non-refundable. Editor's decision is final. Winner will be contacted by email and if they do not respond within a day, a new winner will be selected. Open to residents in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland only. One entry per person. Competition closes at midnight Friday, May 13 2022.
Click here for more information on Killruddery’s Seasonal Supper Clubs and the Grain Store Restaurant and to book. Make sure to follow Killruddery on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for regular updates.
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