A Break From the Standard Dublin Restaurant
Zampas bar and restaurant at the Hard Rock Hotel Dublin brings Lima to Lord Edward Street, recreating the bold and generous flavours of Peru in the heart of Dublin city. Celebrating two countries and cultures through something that brings us all together — the pleasures of the table — Zampas is Peruvian food and drinks with a distinctly Irish accent, in a smart and stylish setting.
We are proud to showcase exceptional Irish ingredients on our menus, telling the story of Peruvian food through some of this island’s finest produce.
Peru is the original home of the potato, central to the food of both Peru and Ireland, and to our menus here at Zampas. We source potatoes from the amazing range of heirloom varieties grown by David and Maria Flynn on Ballymakenny Farm in County Louth.
The fish we use in our ceviche is wild, locally landed fish, whenever the boats go out.
We get some of our fantastic handmade cheese from the happy herd of 300 or so St. Tola goats, who roam herb-rich pastures feeding on buttercups, meadowsweet and wild garlic in County Clare.
Our tomatoes are grown in north County Dublin on the third generation Flynn family farm and we get incredible grass-fed, dry-aged beef from John Stone, who know what they are about after 50 years in business.
Dave and Diana Milestone from Andarl Farm in Galway supply us with truly delicious ‘velvet pork’ from their ethically farmed, free-range pigs, and our plump, sweet, sustainable mussels come from Roaring Water Bay in West Cork.
Zampas bar is a coolly atmospheric and cosy space with an all day dining menu, and an interesting and eclectic cocktail menu that brings together some spicy signature blends and true classics.