Connemara Smokehouse

Connemara and Ballina

Overlooking the castle of Grace O’Malley. Owner Graham Roberts is one of chef Rick Stein’s food heroes and the smoked tuna appears on the menu in Stein’s restaurant. Here you can talk to the man himself (Graham Roberts) and buy wild smoked salmon for your Christmas table.
By Antonia Windor-The Guardian

Connemara Smokehouse

Connemara

Past the signs for the ponytrekking back towards the main road you will see the smokehouse signposted on your right, overlooking the castle of Grace O’Malley. Owner Graham Roberts is one of chef Rick Stein’s food heroes and the smoked tuna appears on the menu in Stein’s restaurant.

Connemara Smokehouse

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Connemara Smokehouse

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A trip to Connemara would not be complete without stopping at the Connemara Smokehouse near Ballyconeely. The family-run smokehouse has become one of the worlds leading names in high quality seafood. Every product is hand-produced in the traditional way. It is great fun and really interesting to visit and see the process of how they…

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I met Graham and Saoirse Roberts from the award winning Connemara Smokehouse in Co Galway and tasted some of their delicious smoked fish including traditional smoked salmon and their divine roast smoked salmon, which is slowly smoked using a hot fire to give a cooked salmon texture with a beautiful smoky taste.
By Rachel Allen – Sunday Tribune

Connemara Smokehouse

Smokin’ in Birmingham

Graham Roberts of the family-run Connemara Smokehouse in Ballyconneely, Co Galway, “a small artisanal producer”, will be on stage at the BBC Good Food Show at the NEC in Birmingham on Wednesday morning talking about his fish smoking and curing methods in an interview with Jimmy Doherty of BBC2 favourite tv show Jimmy’s Farm.
by Marie-Claire Digby – Irish Times supplement