On Castle Street, Comber, you’ll find the new and improved, bigger and better Indie Fude – home to all the award-winning artisan produce Northern Ireland has to offer.
Open from Friday 1st June, the new outfit with its distinctive turquoise subway tiles reflects the growth Indie Füde has seen in only two years of operating. Stocking all your foodie favourites such as Abernethy Butter (yes, they have the dulse & sea salt butter used at the Royal Wedding), as well as a range of freshly delivered veg and locally produced ice-cream – Indie Füde offers their customers a real taste of home. With more space comes more room for new suppliers and up and coming artisans – a wise move as Northern Irelands homegrown brands become ones to watch.
Co-owned by Johnny McDowell and Laura Anne Bradley, this perfect pair can help you find the Indie item for you. Johnny, a self-confessed cheese lover can advise you on the best cheese to compliment your wine, whilst Laura can help you suss out what to have for dinner, or the ingredients that are sure to impress guests.
From the humble potato and farmers market to the new impressive, indigenous and independent Indie Füde, the once sleepy streets of Comber are buzzing with brilliant suppliers with demand to match.
Indie Füde are hosting an opening night to the public on June 15th where you can try some tasty samples and tipples.
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Author: Anna Louise Crockard