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I visited two city centre restaurants last week to see what changes they were making for their menu in 2011.
If you fancy cooking some hot meals in the kitchen to spice up these wintry days, why not look at the Curry and Spice Indian Cookery Classes which start in Galway this month.
The Nutrition and Health Foundation has teamed up with top chef Rozanne Stephens who has come up with quick and nutritious, budget friendly, recipes.
The Asian Tea House is a pan Asian restaurant centrally located on 15 Mary Street, Galway. I had heard several good things about the Asian Tea House over the past year from my eldest daughter, who loves the food there. The name for some reason did not lead me to expect the great variety and authenticity that is The Asian Tea House.
The Royal Spice restaurant is a new addition to Patrick Street and offers authentic Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine in a stylish and contemporary setting.
Last week, I was at the launch of a great idea by The Three Gorges Oriental Restaurant in Abbey Trinity, Tuam. Their idea is to bring authentic Chinese restaurant food to your home if you are having an event such as a 21st party or indeed any birthday, anniversary, confirmation, Communion, a wedding with a difference, or perhaps the afters of a wedding party. Traditionally there have been other options available such as cold meat platters, cold fish platters, beef stroganoff, chicken curry, and I am sure most readers have had these types of dishes at many functions. The possibility of having your favourite Chinese food at an event will, I believe, appeal to many.
Way back in the dim and distant past I was a devoted customer at the Eastern Tandoori in South William Street, Dublin. It was the very early 1980s and in the days when I had an expense account that included lunch every day (God bless Digital). This meant that I had an Eastern Tandoori lunch at least once a week, and while there were other Indian restaurants to choose from, this was the best.
Royal Spice Indian restaurant on Patrick Street, Kilkenny, offers its customers an evening of authentic Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine in a stylish and contemporary setting.
Some appetising delicacies from www.bordbia.ie
Tulsi, Lower Charles Street, Castlebar, is offering a fantastic €16.95 five-course set menu for unbeatable value and choice which includes a free glass of wine. It is available from Monday to Friday from 5.30pm to 8.30pm.