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Carmel Somers - Good Things at Dillon's Corner
Author: Just Ask
A philosophy of creating an experience for diners rather than just serving good food is at the core of Carmel Somers's renowned West Cork restaurant and cookery school. The original Good Things Cafe opened in Durrus in 2003 and the move to beautiful two-storey premises in the centre of Skibbereen, 18 months ago, has given this gifted and very determined food heroine a magical setting to develop her national reputation as a leader in the local food revolution.
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Keith Boyle - The Bay Tree Bistro
Author: Georgina Campbell
"Locally sourced food, cooked local, by a local chef" is the mantra that has diners flocking to Keith and Carmel Boyle's spacious two-storey restaurant Merchants Quay, along with "quality over quantity" - and, while we're at it, they have earned a reputation for great service and good value too.
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Restaurant Sage, Letterkenny
Author: Georgina Campbell
Just across the road from An Grianan Theatre in Letterkenny, Restaurant Sage is the brainchild of Donegal man and hospitality professional Garvan Gallagher, who travelled far and wide before settling back here to open the restaurant of his dreams in 2013. It’s a lovely big modern room and very simply decorated - think local photographs of Donegal set against white walls. Just the right setting when you want the food to take centre stage.
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La Boheme - Food
Author: Georgina Campbell
A wonderfully atmospheric restaurant in the vaulted basement of Waterford’s Chamber of Commerce building, La Bohème immediately took its rightful place as the area’s leading fine dining destination when well known Breton chef Eric Thèze and his wife, Christine, restored the fine Georgian building and opened it as a restaurant in 2006.
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Lee Martin - The Draft House
Author: Just Ask
Since May 2015, Daniel McGarrigle's gastropub The Draft House has proved a very popular addition to the surfing hotspot of Strandhill - a village that’s already a food lovers’ destination with a diverse range of interesting eating places. With its casual ingredients-led food, focus on craft drinks and laid-back vibe, The Draft House fits in perfectly.
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Moloughney's - chefs
Author: Georgina Campbell
Just off the seafront, in what has become the ‘restaurant quarter’ of Clontarf, this atmospheric two-storey restaurant is an especially inviting place and full of character, so always likely to be busy.
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Le Pain Quotidien
Author: Just Ask
Our “Just Ask!” Restaurant of the Month winner for November is Le Pain Quotidien, Kildare Village, Co Kildare. The brainchild of Belgian chef and baker Alain Coumont, Le Pain Quotidien - ‘the daily bread’ - has brought his philosophy of seasonal, organic and local to enthusiastic diners around the world, including the Irish fans who now enjoy their organic breads and wholesome fare around communal tables in Kildare Village
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Margaret & Laura Bowe
Author: Georgina Campbell
A fine regency house set in 40 acres of immaculately maintained gardens and woodland, Marlfield House Hotel was established by Ray and Mary Bowe in 1978 and has long been a byword for luxury, genuine hospitality and fine food - a place where everything is sure to be right for that special occasion.
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Castle Leslie
Author: Georgina Campbell
Home to the Leslie family since 1665 and now run by Sammy Leslie (the great-great granddaughter of the man who built the present castle), Castle Leslie and its fascinating history still intrigue today’s guests - who can stay in the Castle itself, or in The Lodge at Castle Leslie Estate, an attractive mainly modern hotel just inside the castle gates.
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14 hours confit pork cheeks, brandy sauce, mushrooms and parsnips mash with herbs
Author: Just Ask
Through a picturesque stone archway at Victoria Place in Galway City, not a stone’s throw from the bustle of Eyre Square, a once neglected space is now a culinary oasis - a small, friendly place to enjoy French cuisine, French cheese and French wines. Since opening in 2015, this restaurant owned by Gallic husband and wife team, Philippe and Michèle Renaut, has made a name for itself in the French community and beyond, and is now one of the city's most popular restaurants.
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