Irish times restaurant deals

Irish times restaurant deals

The Irish Times has teamed up with the Restaurants Association of Ireland to bring one lucky winner the chance to dine out for a year in 12 of Ireland's best restaurants. The prize consists of 12 vouchers for dinner for two with wine at each of the following award winning restaurants, so that the winner can eat out once a month for a year and experience some of the best Irish food and hospitality. Loam, Galway Loam is a Michelin-starred restaurant and wine bar located in the centre of Galway city, where their philosophy is to only use locally sourced ingredients that are native to the west of Ireland. Her menus are a tribute to her city and her county, expressed in dishes that showcase both her own skills, and those of the artisans she treasures. Jonathan Keane creates a variety of delicious dishes that showcase the finest local produce, from the waters of Galway Bay and the Connemara coastline. South offers a modern dining experience with great food and an exciting wine list in Belfast city centre.

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We'd like to welcome you to our new Website. In here you'll find a short introduction to our three pubs in Belgium, as well as detailed listings of events we organise. This site is updated frequently. The idea behind it, was to bring to Antwerp a traditional Irish Public House, in which we could offer to our clients the best in International Sporting Events on our big screens and Live Music Artists from Ireland and around the world every Friday and Saturday Nights.

The idea behind it was to bring Hasselt a traditional Irish Public House, in which we could offer our clients the best in International Sporting Events on our big screens and Live Music Artists from Ireland and around the world every Friday and Saturday Nights. The idea behind it was to bring Charleroi a traditional Irish Public House, in which we could offer our clients the best in International Sporting Events on our big screens and Live Music Artists from Ireland and around the world every Friday and Saturday Nights.

Like us on Facebook. More about us. The idea behind it, was to bring to Antwerp a traditional Irish Public House, in which we could offer to our clients the best in International Sporting Events on our big screens and Live Music Artists from Ireland and around the world every Friday and Saturday Nights More about Antwerp. More about Hasselt. More about Charleroi. Upcoming Events Jun. Belarus v Northern Ireland — Eur Jun 11 8: Belgium v Scotland — Euro Qualif Return to top of page.

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We stopped here for dinner. However others had a Guineas Pie which from all reports was delicious. A little concerned eating dinner and a down light was dripping We visited at the last minute and were very impressed with the food and staff. We highly recommend The Irish Times Pub and will definitely be back, thank you for having us!

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We'd like to welcome you to our new Website. In here you'll find a short introduction to our three pubs in Belgium, as well as detailed listings of events we organise. This site is updated frequently. The idea behind it, was to bring to Antwerp a traditional Irish Public House, in which we could offer to our clients the best in International Sporting Events on our big screens and Live Music Artists from Ireland and around the world every Friday and Saturday Nights. The idea behind it was to bring Hasselt a traditional Irish Public House, in which we could offer our clients the best in International Sporting Events on our big screens and Live Music Artists from Ireland and around the world every Friday and Saturday Nights.

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Alan Betson. The big list, fantastic feasts and where to find them, the unmissably delicious places we love and you will too. This enterprise started, as it always does, with a meeting to figure out the lie of the land this year. We had a new face at the table. Then came the forehead wrinkling, the sleepless moments, 4am rememberings of a place that should be included, discoveries of new gems and flurries of emails to battle for places that we each love in a way that feels personal.

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Pop-up cafe highlights incredible diversity of produce on offer at venerable Dublin market. The wonderful, locally sourced food is the result of love and Honour — owner Ali Honour. This petite coffee shop draws you in with its carefully curated interior, all cool tones that are soothingly calm on tired eyes. Yoshimi Hayakawa came to Ireland to learn English - and then she brought sushi to Galway. Orla Gowen works all night to make crusty loaves, sourdough bread and sweet treats. When Bean in Dingle opened in June , it was so slammed from the get go that it ran out of coffee on the first Saturday. The aim of pop-up cafe Our Table is to highlight the conditions of asylum seekers and refugees living under Direct Provision in Ireland. The Firehouse Bakery has become synonymous with real bread in Ireland. Chef Olga Tkacova leads the kitchen team in making their own soda bread, brownies and lemon drizzle cakes, which line the cake bar.

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Treat yourself: Save money on eating out in January — and help your local eatery — with great deals and discounts at restaurants and cafes all over Ireland. We put out a call for those in the trade to tell us what they are doing to tempt diners to part with their cash in the leanest month of the year. The responses came thick and fast, with a flurry of early bird offers, two-for-ones, meal deals and complimentary drinks. This offer is available until the current cohort of students complete their course at the end of March. Perhaps the best offer of all is a free bowl of steaming porridge and a piece of fresh fruit, offered by the owners of Skinny Batch Deli in Rush, Co Dublin. The deal runs Sunday to Tuesday, and includes any screening plus any main course from the new menu at the cafe bar.

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It started with a meeting, then a rough draft, then a series of tussles, between us and also in our own heads. Who belongs on our list of the most delicious places to eat in Ireland? We went back and forth, weighed up each candidate, typed things on documents in different-coloured fonts and finally agreed the that made the cut. Nowhere gets on this list through anything other than a commitment to great food. These are the places we have loved, the restaurants and cafes that made us swoon, grin, relax, and feel hopeful, awed and, above all else, happy. It is, as Aoife McElwain said in one of our many email exchanges, a delicious list. Jump to:

The best January deals in restaurants and cafes in Ireland

This is mutton dressed as fillet. Actually there are lots of Scandi-style restaurants that have rippled out across the world from a certain harbourside restaurant in Copenhagen. But first, all eyes are on the man who ordered beef tartare as a starter, a diner who has never eaten raw meat. His verdict? But delicious. The blood red meat has been speckled with tiny pieces of tangy salted gooseberry and sits on a cooked egg yolk that binds the sweet rawness with a veil of cooked warmth. Before the starters there have been snacks: The brown bread is a perfect loaf speckled with seeds and nutty whole grains. I stick with the pig and get the pork belly for main, soft meat smothered in a fruity glaze with charred chicory to keep it from tasting too sweet. Paul has the cod, a meaty slab of great fish with smoked mussels, glassy kale crisps, salsify and raw cauliflower mandolined to look like cheese.

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And a restaurant should at least give its sit-down diners a plate and real, reusable cutlery. The Cliff at Lyons destination clearly has its sights on two Michelin stars. Just ditch the spirulina and up the service. The big house on the shores of Lough Swilly is all about food provenance. A pianist and talented chefs make a meal at this hotel diningroom one to savour. This Westland Row restaurant seems to have won fans by doing the simple things well. Crowd-pleasing Korean, Chinese and Japanese small plates will tempt you back. The Michelin-starred food is high-art French technique but has a distinct Irish accent. This Italian, which has a s feel, is cheerful but definitely not cheap. The personality on the plate is right. A wonderful smell of cooking greets us like a warm hug as we step in off the street. Review Authentic cuisine of the bottom half of Italy comes to Stoneybatter. Shelbourne Social has some brilliant cooking, but swerves dizzyingly from delicious to disaster.

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We went for Mother's Day Brunch. The location is great, right in the midst of fun stuff, outdoor market, etc. The service was perfect; attentive but not too much. The scotch egg benny was perfectly cooked; not something you can order anywhere! We also loved Loved this place! Fantastic oysters and awesome Guinness.

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