New operator for Cliffs of Moher visitors cafe
The visitors centre at the world-famous Cliffs of Moher has announced that caterer and restaurant operator Brambles will run the restaurant on the first floor of the centre.
9 July 2019 | 0
One of Ireland’s leading catering providers, Brambles, has been appointed as the operator of the Cliffs View Café at the world-famous Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience in County Clare.
The family-owned and operated company has secured a 10-year lease for the operation of the 140-seat facility on the first floor of the Clare County Council owned Visitor Centre, which attracted almost 1.6 million visitors in 2018.
Brambles employs more than 300 people in its catering operation, which encompasses a Bistro Restaurant and 27 cafés at locations such as the National Gallery of Ireland, Kilmainham Gaol, Dundrum Town Centre and Céide Fields in County Mayo.
Geraldine Enright, director of the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience, welcomed Brambles as the newest addition to the visitors centre. “We are delighted to welcome Brambles to the Cliffs of Moher,” said Enright, “where visitors will now be able to enjoy a fantastic dining experience overlooking the cliffs.”
Enright added that the Cliffs View Café fits in perfectly with Brambles’ existing business.
“We particularly welcome the operator’s ‘farm to fork’ ethos,” she continued, “through its use of Irish products whenever possible. Local suppliers include Celtic Salads, Burren Smokehouse Salmon and St. Tola’s Goats Cheese with the company seeking to explore other local opportunities as it develops a menu incorporating a strong Clare influence.”
“The company has a strong track record of providing a world-class dining experience at other well known tourist attractions,” she added.
To learn more about the new partnership, visit www.cliffsofmoher.ie.