Tag: Galway Food

Review: Armorica, Galway

Review: Armorica, Galway

As a native I can confidently say that we’ve never been too bestowed with fantastic dining in Oranmore. There have been a plethora of open and shut takeaways and others that indeed have become a mainstay on main street. Plenty…

Food Producer Series – Gannet Fishmongers

Food Producer Series – Gannet Fishmongers

“Do what you do but to its best possibilities” – Stefan Griesbach As for most people who fall in love, for Stefan it too occurred by chance. How to we pinpoint the moment of that kindling fire? Perhaps there isn’t…

Food on the Edge 2016

Food on the Edge 2016

Be bold, be brave, be daring, make mistakes, take chances, and show that you really care – Massimo Bottura Food is always evolving and changing; it’s one of the things I love about it. However, if we are to take a…

Slow Cooked Mexican Pulled Pork – Larder360 Box Challenge

Slow Cooked Mexican Pulled Pork – Larder360 Box Challenge

The Larder360 Box Challenge was one that really excited me when I was first asked to be involved. Each month they will send me a cooler box of ingredients unknown to myself and I’ll attempt to put together a recipe…

Galway’s Best Casual Dining

Galway’s Best Casual Dining

I think that talking about casual dining in Galway is something of a misnomer as it perhaps implies that there is anything other than casual about eating out here. One of the things that I love about Galway and its food…

Galway’s Best Brunches

Galway’s Best Brunches

KAI Kai has been a stalwart on the food scene in Galway since it first opened its doors in 2011 with Chef Jess Murphy and husband David establishing a formidable team in this renovated house on Sea Road. In terms…

Review: Aniar, Galway

Review: Aniar, Galway

If you’re lucky enough to get a second chance don’t waste it I don’t know if this quote applies more to me, or Aniar. In the restaurant industry second chances don’t come around too often. It’s standards of meticulous consistency…