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Slemish Market Supper Club Rathlin Island

Manor House Rathlin Island, Rathlin Island, County Antrim, BT546RT
a plate of fresh seawood, kelp, foraged seaweeds and shells
  • a plate of fresh seawood, kelp, foraged seaweeds and shells
  • a pink coloured sorbet with strawberries in a red coulis
  • a plate of garnished fresh lobster meat
  • a plate of foraged kelp, stawberries, pate, and a fish shaped bread
  • two men holding freshly caught lobster and crab at a harbour
  • exterior of Manor House Rathlin Island


Rathlin Island is Northern Ireland's Island of Love! 

On Saturday, February 17th, an extraordinary evening awaits as Manor House Rathlin Island collaborates with Slemish Market Supper Club for a memorable experience.

Discover a taste of Rathlin from Land and Sea; the best crabs & lobsters creel caught by Fisherman Benji McFaul & seaweeds foraged on the shoreline by Ksenia Zywczuk (Rathlin Seabites). Ksenia uses the ancient art of seaweed foraging that has provided the island with food & fuel for hundreds of years.

Enjoy an amazing, sustainable, Rathlin inspired 6 course meal as part of the NI Science Festival using the island's produce & hosted in the wonderful Manor House - Rathlin Island overlooking Church Bay.

Full bar facilities available.

To book a place to dine:  

- Message Slemish Market Supper Club on social media
- Email

Or   Phone Chef Rob Curley on 0754 7804 975

Or  Contact Manor House Rathlin Island: To Stay & Dine  - Tel: +44 (0) 28 2076 0046  - Email:



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