Smoked Salmon
Smoked Sea Salt
 

Northern Ireland’s
North Coast Smokehouse 

Our smoked goods are handcrafted and produced in small batches, in the picturesque little coastal town of Ballycastle. Each batch is individually and lovingly monitored by us.

Our smoke is produced the old fashioned way, by simply burning small quantities of wood. We don’t use liquid-smokes, paints or dyes. Our wonderful flavours and colours come from just the right combination of cure, smokiness, temperature, time and fresh sea air.

GIFT HAMPER!!

We have a delicious gift-box available for your friends and family this Christmas and New Year. Perfect for a moreish feast. It contains a half-side (500g) of our Smoke-roasted Organic Salmon (chilled, with re-usable cold-pack), 100ml jar of The Woman Next Door's Beetroot and Dill Chutney, and a pack of Deli Muru's mini oatmeal multi-seed biscuits.

We're taking orders now for collection or delivery from 18th-30th Dec. £25 for the box. (Ruairidh will be doing free deliveries along the North Coast as far as Castlerock on Friday 23rd Dec, and Fri 30th Dec, otherwise postage/shipping within NI is £5, rest of UK £6, and ROI £11).   

TO ORDER:  Please email us (info@northcoastsmokehouse.com), phone 07835 403340 or message us on facebook/twitter.

PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT available through our online shop. 

Watch how the salmon is prepared! (here)  


Influential Irish food writers John and Sally McKenna have described our salmon and salt as:

"...fine, true artisan foods: taste them once, and you want them in your life." 

See what else the McKennas' Guides have to say about us at: http://www.guides.ie/megabites/north-coast-smokehouse 


Endorsement from NI's own Paula McIntyre:

North Coast Smokehouse Tweet


High praise of our salmon in the Belfast Telegraph by regular restaurant reviewer Joris Minne, in a review of Harry's Shack at Portstewart beach:

"...The salmon is exceptional, especially considering this is a newcomer from nearby Ballycastle. I tried a small piece a few weeks ago and would dare to put it up beside Walter Ewing's."

 

 

North Coast Smokehouse