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McCambridge’s on Shop Street in Galway City is a name that is synonymous with Galway and great food in the west. One of Galway’s busiest deli counters is making life that little bit easier for customers with the launching of their new app. The McCambridge’s App allows customers to pre-order and pay for their soup and or sandwiches and then simply pop in store to collect. It also offers an extensive range of accompaniments such as drinks and fruit etc.
McCambridge’s is one of my favourite shops. Not a week passes that I do not go in for something special. You can easily put together a wonderful lunch, maybe some grilled artichokes, artisanal cheese, or organic salmon on the freshest of brown bread. An evening meal is just as easily assembled with confit duck legs and something from the salad bar. There are the ever popular sandwiches from the counter to be eaten by the surging waters of the Corrib on a sunny day.
As recent winner of Good Food Ireland’s Best National Café award and John and Sally McKenna’s nominated Irish food retailer of the year for 2012, it is fair to say that it is always Irish food week at Rua and Café Rua. However, the company has planned a special series of events to celebrate Irish produce in the run up to St Patrick’s Day, featuring a cookery class, a dinner featuring some of the best local produce available, and many other delicious deals in both their cafés and delicatessen.
Eurospar Belmullet is amongst a small group of retailers from around the country, which was recently honoured at the inaugural Top of the Tree (TOTT) retail awards run by BWG Foods (owners and operators of the EUROSPAR brand in Ireland). The awards programme recognises best practice and outstanding retail practice in several supermarket departments: customer care; off-licence; butchery; fruit and veg; and delicatessen.
Casey’s Centra Castlebar is now well established as a major grocery and food shopping destination for locals in the town in addition to proving a huge draw to passing traffic heading towards Westport, Achill, and the N5 towards Dublin.
Next door to The White Gables Restaurant in Moycullen is the newly opened Enjoy, where you can buy all sorts of goodies for young, old, and everybody in between. It is the brainchild of Ann and Kevin Dunne, who have been at the helm of The White Gables restaurant for more than 20 years. The popularity of the restaurant has obviously spilled over to the new delicatessen as on opening day there were queues to get in, and that was before any advertising. On my recent visit there was a constant stream of customers in the middle of a midweek day.