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Mexican cuisine has been a food delight that has long pleased the palates of people throughout Galway and Ireland. Often including items from every food group, including protein, grains, and vegetables, Mexican dishes are as healthy as they are delicious and for those who adore the food, there is good news with the opening of Vocho; a restaurant which specialises in Mexican street food.
When it comes to serving canapés at your next party, surprise your guests with these delightful chicken liver parfait with pickled beetroot by Siúcra and Catherine Fulvio.
Planning a Christmas party? Martine’s restaurant completely embodies the spirit of Christmas and is ideal for group parties and meetings over the festive period.
If you are looking for great, home cooked, traditional, wholesome and warming food in a welcoming and friendly atmosphere, within the Mayo area, then look no further than the Hazel Bar and Restaurant in Ballyhaunis. The Hazel is a family run business, established in 1997, and has always had a reputation for the friendliest of welcomes, a warm inviting open fire, and the great locally sourced food
One of Athlone’s most popular Chinese takeaways is celebrating 10 years of success. Lotus Chinese has a loyal following across the town, offering fantastic value for money, and fast delivery around and outside Athlone.
Newly opened restaurant Pearl Continental is providing a dining experience that is new and different for Athlone.
Creole was an instant hit when it opened last summer. A long sunny evening in the terrace with a pile of ribs and a beer was time well misspent, and it has been popular ever since. Now, it's not really a place for vegetarians, there are only a few choices from quite a big menu. This is man food. In fact, when my current husband realised he could not join me at Creole, there was much gnashing of teeth. I brought The Bride instead.
As part of an exciting and innovative new concept called Experience Meetings, Radisson Blu Hotels and Resorts in Ireland introduce Brain Food, one of the three main elements of this new programme.
Open over a year now and a firm favourite with many a Galwegian, Rouge is the hottest ticket in town at the moment, and understandably so. The €15 for two courses price tag alone would be enough to get people in the door, but the fact that the food is fantastic has something to do with it as well. A small menu is usually a promise of good things to come in my eyes, a few things done right is far better than a long list of potential disappointments and Rouge has the shortest and sweetest menu of them all. I went at the weekend with some old ex-Galway friends (who must now regret leaving!) and we had a very lovely evening there.
Over the last few years Artisan in Quay Street has gradually been building a name for great food, and now with the recent news that it is the regional winner of the Sunday Independent Life magazine Best Restaurant in Galway award the restaurant can be proud of its efforts. It was one of the first restaurants to do some serious pairing of wines with all the courses and I simply cannot understand why every restaurant does not do so. It must surely increase wine sales and it certainly makes it easier for the customers to decide.