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Food / January 14, 2021

The Salty Buoy is relocating to Greystones

Photo: The Salty Buoy
Food / January 14, 2021

The Salty Buoy is relocating to Greystones

Words: Katie Gartland

Greystones will soon be home to TWO new Salty Buoy fish and chip trucks.

The Salty Buoy have just announced two new locations for their fish and chipper vans in Greystones.

Salty Buoy favourites include a wide range of seafood dishes like lobster rolls, shucked oysters, crab, fresh fried fish and classic fish and chips.

The menu relies on fresh fish. Chef and owner, Niall Sabongi creates daily specials depending on the day’s catch and weather. Previous daily specials include chowder, pokē bowls, smoked prawns and Dublin Bay prawns.

The Salty Buoy truck has previously traded from other locations across the city including St Anne’s Park in Raheny, Herbert Park in Ballsbridge and Roe and Co. Distilleries on James’s Street.

The Salty Buoy food truck was established by chef Niall Sabongi in July last year. The mobile kitchen was fitted into a quirky Citroën H van, which has been offering a delicious menu.

Sabongi is also the owner of Sustainable Seafood Ireland, which was set up in 2013 to supply his restaurants. SSI promote better quality fish, variety of species, access to fish and shellfish that often only gets exported. 

After its establishment, SSI was soon contacted by other chefs who wanted high quality seafood for their restaurants. It focuses on domestic and wild caught seafood, offering a range of fin-fish and shellfish.

Check out SSI’s online store for fresh, sustainably sourced Irish fish from their website at this link.

Salty Buoy are in the market for local staff in their new location. So, if you’re at a loose end, passionate about delicious fish and are living in Greystones, head over to Salty Buoy’s Instagram page for more details.