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The west of the country has been on something of a winning streak of late when it comes to food and hospitality. Kai Café and Restaurant was the big winner at the start of the year scooping the top prize, Restaurant of the Year for 2015, in Georgina Campbell’s Awards, the country’s longest-running hospitality awards. Run by New Zealander Jess Murphy and her Irish husband David, Kai had been converted from a tearoom to a rustic restaurant, and was praised for having seriously good food with a sense of fun. Best Asian Restaurant went to The Asian Tea House, with Mitchell’s in Clifden and Frankie Mallon of An Port Mór, Westport, awarded best seafood restaurant and best seafood chef respectively.
Award winning Galway city-based Kai Cafe and Restaurant can now add another accolade to its collection after it was named the Best Restaurant in Connacht at the Food & Wine/Maison Louis Latour Restaurant of the Year Awards 2013.
Ireland’s first food economusee has just been launched at The Connemara Smokehouse in Aillebrack, Ballyconneely, Co. Galway by the Mayor of Galway, Councillor Tom Welby. An economuseeis an artisan business that opens its doors to the public to provide a learning and interpretive experience for visitors.
Located in one of Galway's old and beautifully renovated buildings, the Bridge Mills Restaurant is on the banks of the Corrib just across O’Brien’s Bridge. After a 15 year absence it is back in the hands of previous owners Frank and Ellen Heneghan, also of Heneghan Florist, for almost a year now.
The Galway Food Festival is about getting behind local producers and making the west of Ireland a real food destination, says Jessica Murphy of Kai Cafe and Restaurant who will be one of the many exhibitors during the much-anticipated bank holiday foodie event.
After just eight months in business Kai Cafe and Restaurant on Sea Road has earned its place among the culinary elite, and been named as the best restaurant in Ireland.
FIRST FLIGHT, an exhibition of colourfully taxidermied exotic birds, set into vibrant, kitsch backdrops, is launched at Kai Cafe and restaurant, Sea Road today.
If you are wondering where exactly Kai Café and Restaurant is, previously it was the Budding Café and it is now easily spotted at lunchtime by the queues outside for the deli items that are available.