Our Philosophy on food

Food really is an art to us….. It’s about enjoying it, tasting it, talking about it and making the eating of food  one of the most enjoyable aspects of your day; we know that and we understand that, so therefore, here at Sea Salt, we strive for excellence in all of our produce, so you too can enjoy the most important part of your day.

Hugh and Tina Sweeney

Why we are the Best when it comes to seafood:
Raised in a Donegal fishing family we have a wealth of experience when it comes to seafood. We know it, we love, we fish it, we cook it, we eat it and we want you to enjoy it as much as we do.

Sea Salt Meals:
We at Sea Salt create all our dishes entirely by hand, in small batches giving us quality control. We use only the best and freshest ingredients which we sourced locally. We create real food with care and skill, produced in our own commercial kitchen. We consider ourselves food crafters . We produce restaurant quality meals that you can enjoy at home. To avoid disappointment, all our meals can be pre-ordered, as we regularly sell out on market day . Pre-ordering can be done by contacting us directly or you can sign up to our free weekly text messaging service, used by many customers. Watch our short video for the full story.

John Torode judges Ireland’s best fish dish
Smoked Salmon & Spinach Lasagne is winning dish in cook-off


MasterChef presenter John Torode joined by Ross Golden-Bannon and Andrew Rudd judged Three Mobile Ireland’s Best Fish Dish cook-off in Dublin. The challenge was won by Hugh Sweeney (centre), with Emma Kenneally as runner-up. Hugh Sweeney, originally from Donegal but now living in Dublin, makes Ireland’s best fish dish, according to UK MasterChef judge and restaurateur John Torode who judged the final of the competition run by mobile phone company, Three Mobile. Sweeney, who has his own business, Sea Salt and also runs a farmer’s market in Dalkey every Saturday, was one of two finalists invited to cook their dish for Torode and co-judges Ross Golden-Bannon and Andrew Rudd in Dublin. Sweeney’s smoked Donegal salmon and spinach lasagne with lemon cheese sauce was the winning dish.