They’ve been feeding locals and visitors alike for 166 years at The Skeff Bar & Kitchen in Eyre Square so they are well placed to celebrate 100 years of food as part of this year’s Galway Food Festival.
“Homemade @ The Skeff showcases the very best of local produce,” says Ashling Dudley, Food & Beverage Manager.
“We’ve always promoted local suppliers and homegrown businesses and we’ve taken this to a new culinary level for the 2016 Galway Food Festival as well as on our Skeff Kitchen menus. We’ve seen palates change over the years but right now customers are demanding simplicity. I don’t mean simplicity of taste, I mean showcasing the untouched produce that we source from the sea, the land and local farms.”
The Skeff Chefs: Anthony Healy, Head Chef and Joanna Darocha, Pastry Chef
Homemade @ The Skeff will be showcased during this year’s Galway Food Festival, so take a wander down to the Spanish Arch food festival village to meet the Skeff Kitchen team.
They will be serving their homemade chutneys and freshly cooked rolls to complement roast meats such as Colleran’s gammon which The Skeff chefs will be finishing with a delicious homemade glaze. There are also some great prizes on offer with The Skeff golden ticket giveaway.
Meanwhile, in-house at The Skeff Kitchen customers will be treated to three free cookery demos on Friday 25 March: breakfast baking at 11am, hot wok ideas at 12.30pm and chocolate heaven at 2.30pm. No booking necessary, just call in.
On Sunday 27 March an exclusive whiskey talk and tasting event takes place in the new Skeff Whiskey Bar from 6.30-8.00pm for €25 per person with just 20 tickets available. Email [email protected] now to book or call 091 563 173. Can you handle the taste?