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The unique ‘Green Tea Chai’ pyramid range from Galway-based Solaris Tea has been shortlisted for the finals of the prestigious Irish Quality Food and Drink Awards. Solaris ‘Green Tea Chai’ was one of almost a thousand product entries which underwent three weeks of tough judging at the Dublin Institute of Technology’s School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology.
GALWAY ARTS Centre will hold the first major Irish exhibition of the work of Ciarán Walsh, Beyond Other Voices, an exploration into personal and collective memory, the uncanny, and allegorical science-fiction.
A new competition to find Galway’s Best Young Entrepreneur with investment of up to €50,000 available for winners is being launched by the Local Enterprise Office Galway.
The idea of cooking with tea is nothing new, but the idea of making tea from entirely indigenous ingredients is part and parcel of the philosophy at Aniar. This is the basis of the new tasting menu introduced this week. As always, this is a menu dotted with native seaweeds, wild herbs, and berries, and reflects Aniar’s billing of itself as “a terroir-based restaurant”, a farm to table culinary experience. Terroir refers to the soil and climate imbuing food and wine with the flavours of a region and, as such, carries lots of potential for pretentiousness. This they somehow manage to avoid, this is traditional food made contemporary proving that profound truths can be spoken plainly.
Since 1997, Da Tang Noodle House on Middle Street had served the people of Galway with thousands of steamy bowls of comforting noodles, dumplings, and legendary spicy salad. But Da Tang hung on the shoulders of an individual and when the time came for him to retire, Da Tang retired also. Their sister business, Chi Asian Take-away, a little takeaway in Westside, took over the space in the middle of November. Chi promises healthy convenient food choices using locally sourced fresh ingredients. Chef Andy Bandara uses the highest-quality local produce to create Asian dishes from Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, China, and Vietnam. Known for good food, great flavours, and a mean nasi goreng, how does this takeaway translate into a sit-down restaurant?
If you fancy a weekend away, Solaris Blinds have something special for their customers. Every customer who receives a quote or makes a purchase at Solaris before Easter will be entered into a draw to win two nights bed and breakfast with one evening meal for two people, at the Maldron Hotel of their choice.
Péarla na Mara, a new arrival onto Oranmore’s food scene, has already proved itself to be a recession-friendly solution, offering affordable delicious options for every taste and preference.
“THE ONLY way to spend New Year’s Eve is either quietly with friends or in a brothel. Otherwise when the evening ends and people pair off, someone is bound to be left in tears.”
Do you have what it takes to be Galway’s 12th JCI Young Entrepreneur of the year? The success of the JCI Galway Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award can be seen from its twelve years in existence. The competition celebrates the entrepreneurial vision of budding young Galway entrepreneurs such as past winners, Johnny Donnelly of Arcana, Joerg Mueller of Solaris Botanicals, Mike O’Connor of Bellissimo, Liam Dilleen of EZ Living, Pearce Flannery of Pragmatica and Declan Ganley of Rivada Communications to name a few. The diversity of business ventures has been the hallmark of the competition.