This new food truck puts a pure Cork twist on the taco
Breakfast on the beach just got a whole lot spicier in Rosscarbery.
Cork’s most exciting new food truck has taken to parking up on Sunday mornings, with a Mexican-inspired menu that will blow your socks off.
Sharon McSweeney’s Soul Fix is where Mexico meets Macroom.
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The star of the pulled pork taco is Caherbeg Free Range Pork, fresh from Rosscarbery in West Cork. Topped with pickled red onion, guacamole, sour cream and a squeeze of fresh lime, it’s served in authentic Blanco Niño corn tortilla.
Leave room for a corn taco filled with Johnny Lynch’s buffalo halloumi, produced in Macroom using the milk of Ireland’s first and only herd of milking water buffalo.
Soul Fix add a smoked tomato salsa, a dollop of guac and a spoon of sour cream to create a bite so special you’ll want to take some home.
They also serve the halloumi with watermelon, mint and lime on the canape list, alongside a crunchy nacho topped with Rosscarbery chorizo and a mixed cheese and jalapeno quesadilla.
“I started working with food at a young age, trained as a chef and always dreamed of having my own place or restaurant – the food truck was never at the top of the list, I saw them as fast food and West Cork was well covered in that regard.” the chef revealed.
McSweeney is well known in West Cork food circles; she worked in Deasy’s Seafood in Clonakilty for a decade, chipping in at various local farmer’s markets too over the years.
“I was always dreaming of bringing all these local people and produce together.” she told Yay Cork.
“After a couple of years of soul searching and learning about the connection between our gut health and mental health, I grew the confidence to give it a go. I bought a funky truck, gathered all my favourite West Cork produce and put a Mexican theme on it.”
After just four weeks of road testing, Soul Fix is already booked for a wedding and a flurry of summer parties.
In between, Sharon will be setting up at at Warren Beach in Rosscarbery once again this weekend on Sunday (9am-1pm) for breakfast.
All future stops will be announced on the Soul Fix Instagram feed so make sure you’re following here.