Our casual fine dining menu has been carefully curated by our uber talented Chefs, who will take you on a culinary journey through the finest seasonal ingredients and local produce to create modern Irish contemporary dishes.
Our innovative dishes and natural creative flair often feature fresh fish caught on one of our lakes, as well as venison from the land. We are proud to say that most of the products used in our kitchen are organic and each item has been carefully researched and sourced with sustainability at the forefront.
We never use additives or preservatives in any of our cuisine.
Ár Scéal. Is breá linn an nádúr. Tá bithéagsúlacht iontach againn mar táimid orgánach. Bíonn 30% níos mó polaineoirí beo ar ár feirm mar gheall ar sin. We are a biodiversity-friendly farm in Ballinasloe, Co. Galway. Beechlawn Organic Farm is a limited company started by husband & wife, Padraig Fahy and Úna Ní Bhroin in 2002. In 2023 we have a team of 20 super people working with us in the polytunnels, field, packhouse, office, sales and deliveries.
The seeds were first sown after Padraig and Úna met at The Organic College, Dromcollogher, Co. Limerick, and both qualified with Diplomas in Organic Horticulture. We started growing commercially in 2002, gradually building up the business since then. We sell our veg along with bought-in organic veg from other Irish growers and imported out-of-season fruit and veg from abroad. You can buy a home delivery veg box on our website, we also sell loose veg to speciality shops, restaurants, and market traders. We supply prepacked supermarket veg to shops around Ireland. In the polytunnels in Summertime, we have: courgette, cucumber, lettuce, tomatoes, scallions, and celery. In the Winter and Springtime, we grow salad leaves and spinach. Outside we grow beetroot, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, celeriac, kale, lettuce, onions, parsnips, and turnips. Every year we take on one or two farm apprentices with the Organic Growers of Ireland apprenticeship scheme. We also teach courses in commercial organic horticulture in conjunction with NOTS the National Organic Training Scheme.