Locally Sourced Produce
at Crown Quarter
Here at Crown Quarter we strongly believe in supporting our local community and producers and are very proud to offer our customers an impressive range of brunch, lunch and evening menus, inspired by Wexford, and using the very best of locally sourced produce.
Killowen Farm, Wexford is an award-winning live yoghurt made using milk from their own herd of cows. Killowen Farm, situated at the foot of the Blackstairs Mountains in County Wexford, has been in the Dunne Family for over two-hundred years. They have a happy herd of dairy cows that graze the fields and provide the finest milk for our yoghurt.
The Killowen (Dunne) family want to make natural products that are not just healthy but are delicious also. Killowen never use preservatives or additives. Our natural yoghurt is as natural as you can get. It is made with milk and live cultures only – good bacteria which help keep your digestive system functioning well.
When making flavoured yoghurts, Killowen add real fruit to natural yoghurt, sourcing the fruit locally where possible. Although a small amount of sugar is added to our natural yoghurts, consciously limit the amount of sugar added, so that Killowen Farm yoghurt can be a healthy treat for all the family. Killowen Farm appreciate the environment.
Hence the use sustainable packaging whenever possible. Here at Jasper’s Restaurant we this Killowen yogurt featuring on our Brunch menu, paired with our Brioche French toast.
O’Neills Dry Cure Bacon
We know the tastiest bacon is dry cured by hand in the traditional way with no added water or phosphates, that’s why here at Jasper’s we use O’Neills Dry Cure Bacon from Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.
O Neill’s multi award-winning bacon (numerous Great Taste Awards, Blas na hEireann and Georgina Campbell Awards) is made with Irish Pork and is cured by hand in the traditional way using their unique family recipe with natural sea salt. There is 30% less salt than average wet cured rashers and as they don’t add water, no phosphates are needed. With O’Neill’s you get all meat, so when the bacon is cooking there is no shrinking on the pan for when we serve this delicious bacon to you at brunch or lunch.
Beef production from grass is one of Irish farming’s greatest strengths and something Redmond Farm manages extremely well. The farm consists of 300 acres of which 500 Angus cross heifers are finished annually. The aim is to produce as much feed on the farm as feasible. The entire process from farm gate to hotel plate is within an 8-10 km radius and is one. Here at Jasper’s all our steaks are supplied by Redmon Farm for a quality piece of steak on each plate.
Meyler’s Fish Company Ltd. is a Co. Wexford based business, specialising in fresh fish, smoked fish and shellfish. Our fish is famous all over Co. Wexford and beyond, known for its freshness and unique taste.
You can witness this unique and fresh flavour in our gorgeous seafood chowder which is available on our bunch menu.
Meadowfield Farm Goats Milk was established in 2015 in Co. Wexford by local farmer John Joe with his wife Marisa who saw a need in the Irish market for high quality, pleasant tasting, goat’s milk product. Their herd of goats is fed on a grass and herb diet, which makes the milk mild, sweet, and creamy. It is then pasteurised but non-homogenised, for milk that tastes the way it should, full of simple, creamy goodness.
Killiane Castle Honey
Following on from his Grandfathers footsteps and love are bees, Ian Mernagh began beekeeping in 2015 with his family on the grounds of Killiane Castle, just outside of Wexford town. They are delighted to share all the efforts of their busy Irish native bees with you providing the natural goodness of raw honey. Their commitment to their bees is they only sell honey from their hives which is raw and full of the nourishment they provide for your health and enjoyment.
Honey in Jaspers is Summer Blossom honey: Their summer blossom honey is made by their bees through the months of July and August from the home farm of Killiane Castle and surrounding areas in South Wexford. This honey predominantly contains nectar from different clover varieties and bramble together with all of the other summer flowers in the area.
Cooney’s Bakery was established by Mervyn and Cathy Cooney in Feb 1991 based at Church St in Enniscorthy, the aim was to produce all artisan type bakery products for retail sale from the Church St premises. The bakery experienced phenomenal growth in the following 10/12 years resulting in the establishment of a wholesale business from a new purpose built bakery based in Kilcannon Ind Est in Enniscorthy. Today Cooney’s supply over 30 customers from the Kilcannon bakery while continuing to operate a retail bakery from the original Church St bakery.
The bakery continues its original objective to supply top quality bread and confectionery using tried and tested family recipes, all still handmade and artisan.
Cooney’s have made sourdough bread for many years using our well developed starter culture which gives a unique taste to our bread. The bakery produces an extensive range of handmade bread and confectionery daily. We currently have 10 bakers employed as part of our 23 strong workforce. We are delighted that our products feature on the menu at Jaspers.