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Kai Café & Restaurant

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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.

Have an eight-some at Cava

To celebrate the annual Seville Tapas Fair in February, Cava Spanish Restaurant and Tapas Bar in Galway has announced its exciting 2011 Tapas Fiesta Menu.

Tapas and wine at Left Bank Bistro

To celebrate 15 years in business, the popular Left Bank Bistro in the heart of Old Athlone is delighted to announce the introduction of its new tapas menu and wine bar.

Potatoes

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New potatoes in a creamy chive dressing

Tasty treats

Some appetising delicacies from www.bordbia.ie

Enjoy a night of Tapas and wine tasting at Mimosa

Mimosa Tapas Bar has just extended its tapas menu. The tapas bar boast tasty traditional Spanish and European dishes and all for just €4.

Get cooking Spanish style — no experience necessary

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Hailed as the most authentic Spanish restaurant in Ireland and having the best tapas in Ireland by top food critics, Cava Spanish Restaurant is offering you the rare chance to learn how to bring some Spanish flavour to your table.

Why not make this Christmas a Cava Christmas?

Cava, Galway's only Spanish restaurant and tapas bar, is now taking bookings for Christmas parties of any size and number.  Groups can choose from two menus chosen by chef patron, JP McMahon.

Cava celebrates first year in business

Open now for more than a year, Cava, the stylish Spanish restaurant and tapas bar on Dominick Street has established itself as one of Galway’s finest eateries. With relaxed yet formal dining, Cava offers an opportunity to experience the culinary depth of Spanish cooking without having to hop on a plane.

Cava — authentic Spanish cuisine in Galway

My visit to Cava dissipated two preconceived ideas that I had about the menu. One, the idea that the tapas dishes would be small little nibbles similar to what you get at a bar counter in Spain and two, that the menu would be limited to the typical array of tapas that you might find on the Costa del Sol. Neither proved to be the case, the portions are quite large indeed, very often as big as a typical main course, eg, my cured roasted duck leg served with baby potatoes fried in duck fat was of a size that would satisfy most appetites, and the selection is absolutely spectacular. JP and his team seem to have found some of the very best tapas dishes from around the world and recreated them with 100 per cent authenticity. Suffice it to say that the tapas here are much better than anything I have been offered in the touristy parts of Spain. It is worth saying that my initial impression of the menu was that for tapas it seemed expensive, however, from the size of the portions and the inventive dishes I have to say the opposite is the case.

 

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