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New Year, new location. Yes, one of Galway's favourite Latin American restaurants, Sangria, has upped sticks from its Buttermilk Walk home and moved just around the corner to 19 Middle Street, a location which allows for more space, more comfort, and more atmosphere.
New Year, new location. Yes, one of Galway's favourite Latin American restaurants, Sangria, has upped sticks from its Buttermilk Walk home and moved just around the corner to 19 Middle Street; a location which allows for more space, more comfort, and more atmosphere.
Ajla Restaurant, Clarinbridge, will hold a special fundraiser tomorrow (Friday) evening in aid of Self Help Africa. Elaine Joyce Cunningham, from Ardrahan, has decided to host a very special fundraising event called A Taste of Italy, with all proceeds going to the charity.
As a contribution to Culture Night, 2019, on September 20, Galway Percy French Society presents All In An Autumn Evening – a programme of music, song and story with echoes of Percy French.
A Mayo based suppliers has struck gold at the prestigious international 2019 Great Taste Awards.
At an apple tasting in Cheshire recently, my eleven year old couldn’t get enough of the heritage varieties of apple being offered to visitors by a group of National Trust volunteers. Although delighted he was packing in his five a day in as many minutes, I couldn’t hide my surprise, as when offered an apple at home, he typically reacts as though I were trying to poison him. The difference, I suspected, was in the taste – confirmed when I nibbled a few samples myself.
Taste of France is a unique French shop, located in Cross Street Lower, 30 metres from Shop Street in the heart of Galway city. Owned and run by Thierry and Catherine Schreiber, natives of France, this store offers a wide range of products produced by well known French suppliers from all over France known for their made-in-France tradition from areas such as Provence, Drome, and Basque country.
TV chef and writer, Catherine Fulvio, will return to our screens in November with a brand new food and travel series called Tastes like Home, sponsored by Londis.
Taste of France shop opens its doors in Cross St Lower this week. Owned and run by French natives Thierry and Catherine Schreiber, this shop offers a wide range of products produced by well known French suppliers known for their Made in France tradition from areas such as Provence, Drome and Basque country. The product range on offer includes candies, linen, accessories, natural cosmetics and a delicatessen.
BARRY MCGIVERN is a self taught guitarist who first saw Rory Gallagher on TV in 1969 performing with his power trio Taste, before eventually seeing the Irish blues legend more than 30 times in concert.