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Platform 3, the bar, cafe, and newsagency in Ceannt Railway Station, Galway, has recently undergone a refurbishment and now boasts a range of new and convenient services.
Wilson’s Country Irish Potatoes has conducted a straw poll survey on the Irish streets to see if the spud is the family favourite. On average Irish people confirmed they eat Irish potatoes just 2.5 times a week as part of their main meal; pasta was the option 1.7 times a week; with rice following shortly behind, just once a week.
Give in to your quirky side! Our favourite biscuit brand, McVitie’s, is launching Quirks, a unique new range of crunchy biscuits with a yummy smooth chocolate flavoured centre.
Glanbia Ingredients Ballyragget the makers of Kilmeaden and Avonmore cheese, has retained the Fayrefield Trophy for the third year in a row for the best international cheddar at the prestigious Nantwich International Cheese Show in the UK recently.
For quick and easy recipes that are healthy and great value for money — try eggs. A wide range of egg recipes and nutritional information about eggs is available on www.eggs.ie
Thousands of beef farmers descended on Kilkenny this week to attend an important conference organised to discuss beef production in this country as an industry.
A friend of mine who has a good sense of taste and a keen eye for a bargain (he is a canny Scotsman) suggested I should join him for lunch some day to sample the food from the above-mentioned eatery at The West Bridge in Loughrea. I had eaten there before under two different owners and had noticed it was lying empty for a while.
This year, International Women’s Day falls on Pancake Tuesday, March 8. To mark the day and generate much-needed funds, Irish charity Foundation Nepal is asking people to throw a pancake party at home, at school, or at work and ask people to donate €1, €2 or as much as they can afford.
I have been confused about the identity of Ard Bia since it moved to the Nimmo’s building at the Spanish Arch. Downstairs I think was called Nimmo’s, and upstairs called Ard Bia, and I was unsure whether there were different kitchens and menus. That confusion is now gone as it is simply called Ard Bia with the downstairs open all day and night and the upstairs opened as needed when extra busy. The menu is the same throughout and now includes breakfast, lunch, afternoon teas, snacks, dinner, and Sunday lunch. It is still a quirky restaurant and while I am no longer a fan of retro pine tables and chairs there is nothing retro about the food. It is modern, and top quality with a modern twist to traditional dishes.
Having recently been in a very busy pub in Navan that served an excellent chicken a la king with rice at lunchtime at a cost of €5, I decided to walk around Galway city centre and see if there was lunch available to compete with that level of price.