Our Suppliers

At Eatzen, we combine a fresh and sophisticated approach to Chinese cuisine with the richness of the classic imperial kitchen. Eating together and enjoying the moment is as important to us as the quality and authenticity of our ingredients.

Opening Hours:

Monday - Saturday
5:30 - 11.00pm

Sundays: 1pm - 10.30pm

Find us:

High Street
Ashbourne, Co. Meath

Get in touch

T: 01 835 2110
E: info@eatzen.ie

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Food Suppliers:

We take great pride in using the freshest and highest quality ingredients in Ireland. We travelled the country to find people who shared the same passion for good food as we do.

We speak with our suppliers regularly to source seasonal ingredients for our daily special’s menu.

Click on the links below to find out more information about our chosen suppliers.

Ariosa Coffee, Meath

Asia Market, Dublin

Asian Harvest Foods, Dublin

Pallas Foods, Limerick

Barbarrie Duck, Co. Monaghan

Dawn Meats, Co Waterford

Keenan Kennedy, Dublin

Keelings, Co. Dublin


Wine Suppliers:

Only the finest wines should accompany the finest foods. It is the high standards of each of our chosen wine merchants that allow us to bring you a unique and tailored selection. We source wines from vineyards around the world, to bring our customers a wine list like no other.

From Italian organic growers to Chilean sustainable, dry-farming we take pleasure in offering fine wines and fresh vintages throughout the year.

Berry Bros., London

Little Italy Ltd, Dublin 7

Premier Wholesalers Market Place, Enfield, Co. Meath

James Nicholson, Crossgar, Co. Down

Liberty Wines, Ballycoolin, Dublin

Robert and Robert (Findlater), Dublin

Tindal Wine Merchants, Ballycoolin, Dublin

Tyrrell & Company, Naas, Co. Kildare

Nomad Wine – Started in 2009 by Charles Derain, a former head sommelier at Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud, and Thierry Grillet, who was head sommelier at the three-star Girardet restaurant in Switzerland, to form Nomad Wine Importers.