Grab something to eat at our Café
During your visit there’s no need to rush away, grab a seat and a homemade treat and enjoy the atmosphere at the Giant’s Causeway Grab & Go Café.
Take a break from the busy rush and enjoy a seat at our cafe located within the Giant's Causeway Visitor Centre.
Enjoy our delicious homemade soup, sandwiches, stews and sweets before shopping for souvenirs at the Giant's Causeway Visitor Centre. From a selection of local produce to tasty refreshments in the cafeteria Visitor Centre café. Plus try our new vegan scone cream tea!
Whether you fancy a quick cappuccino and a muffin or a more wholesome bowl of traditional Irish stew or the delicious North Coast Seafood Chowder, the menu is sure to have something to tempt you. We have free wi-fi for you to use too.
As part of our conservation work at the National Trust, we have committed to phasing out single use plastic at the 500 special places we look after by 2022.
Here's what we've done so far:
- Replaced all disposable food and drink packaging with products that are fully biodegradable, made from recycled and plant-based materials. This includes take-away coffee cups and lids, drinking straws and sandwich boxes already in use across our food outlets.
- Trialled a reusable hot drinks cup (made from bamboo and biodegradable) this spring and a full roll-out is anticipated later in the year, alongside a new refillable water flask.
- Continue to offer free drinking water as standard in our cafes and tea rooms.
- Removed single use plastic bags from our 275 shops, replacing them with recycled bags that are recyclable and designed for a long life span with multiple re-use. We also sell jute and fabric re-usable bags.
- Our Magazine is now wrapped in a potato starch wrap product which can be composted, and we'll continue to investigate better alternatives, or whether we need to wrap the Magazine at all.
Our commitment to phasing out single use plastics is very real, and we are absolutely committed to achieving this as soon as possible.
Over 150 of our properties are next to beaches, many of which suffer from serious littering with plastics, including the Giant’s Causeway. Formal clean-up activities have taken place in past years and, this year, over 40 more haven taken place. Such clean ups are organised as part of day-to-day management with staff and volunteers, and in partnership with other organisations.