Osta Café's philosophy is a straightforward one: locally sourced food, preferably organic, simply prepared. The seasonal vegetables are from the Crimlin Farm, free range and organic eggs are supplied by Bluebell Farm, Le Fournil in Sligo delivers fresh bread each day, honey is from Knocknaree, and the meat is supplied by Clarkes and Sheerins butchers. Salads come from local organic growers. Sheep, cows, and goat cheese is made by Silke Cropp in Belturbet, while Carraig
na Breac Smoke House in Drumshanbo provides smoked chicken and smoked cheddar cheese. Their 30-mile breakfast is named for the proud fact that all ingredients are from within that distance—with the exception of the fair-trade and organic Mexican and Peruvian Arabica coffee (though it's ethically sourced). The Osta Platter—homemade brown bread with roast ham, cheese, smoked chicken, and apple chutney packs a filling lunchtime punch. Lunches are the main reason to come here but they also offer an early evening Tapas menu, Mon–Wed until 7 pm and Thur–Sat until 8 pm.