The Sussex Restaurant is proud to use only Irish Suppliers from Farm to Table. We use only the finest & freshest ingredients in all our dishes. Listed are our fine Irish Suppliers:


Screen Shot 2015-10-09 at 09.51.34M&K Meats – M&K Meats on sourcing the very best meats focus, hanging, ageing and preparing them correctly and offering their customers every traditional butcher’s cut they could want. They are proud to offer the very best meats in Ireland and they are used by 99% of the leading Irish restaurants, hotels and catering businesses.

McLaughlins Craft Butcher mcloug– McLaughlins Craft Butchers supply Beef, Lamb, Pork and cooked Meats from their factory in West Dublin to Dublin finest hotels and restaurants. They also have a butcher shop and Delicatessen in Ballyfermot that is open six days a week. The team work with meat like no one else. They break and butcher beef, lamb and pork seamlessly making it look so easy … craft butchering at its best!

Wild Irish Gamewildirishgame_logo – Wild Irish Game is the longest established large and small game processing company in Ireland. Established in Glenmalure, County Wicklow in 1997, the company remains totally Irish owned. At the heart of their business lies a real love for wild, forest foods.


Mournes Seafood mournelogo– Mournes Seafood restaurants are unique in Ireland as they source all theirshellfish from their very own shellfish beds.



Wrights of Marino

Wrights of Marino have been providing fish for over 100 years. They live by their motto ; “If it swims, we’ll have it.”

Specialist Produce

LFR_logoLA Rousse – La Rousse have their own butchery, cheese-maturing room and chocolate lab. La Rousse Foods can provide bespoke solutions at short notice to cater to their customers’ ever-changing needs.


Organic Fruit & Veg.

Keelings Producekeelings-love-to-grow – Keelings is a family owned Irish company. Their family’s expertise in growing dates back to 1926 when they established our farm and in the 1930s, they began growing fruits and salads and supplying them to the local Dublin markets.