Posts Tagged ‘Kai Café and Restaurant’

By Des Doyle We’ve compiled a list of the women who are at the forefront of Ireland’s culinary scene.   Aoife Barker Head Chef at L’ Gueuleton All rights reserved L’Gueuleton on Fade Street has been serving up classic French bistro food since opening its doors in October 2004. Head Chef Aoife Barker has long been amazing...

By Mark Keane If you’re one of the few people who hasn’t seen Star Wars – The Force Awakens, you missed out on the beautiful Skellig Michael being filmed in all its cinematic glory. It was the perfect closing shot, leaving viewers with goosebumps. It also had the effect of shining a lightsabre onto one of Ireland’s...

By Mark Keane While those Christmas memories of indulging in roast turkey, fancy wine, mince pies and being sprawled on a couch watching Die Hard and Bad Santa are slowly disappearing, that doesn’t mean you can’t already start planning your next break. The Galway Food Festival is returning for its 5th year this Easter...

By Mark Keane 2015 was a great year for food and drink lovers. After plenty of discussion, and a little arguing, we came up with our 50 favourite things of the past year. From fine dining to doughnuts, this Best of 2015 list has everything covered!    1. Food scene outside of Dublin The fine dining scene outside of...

By Katy McGuinness Las Tapas de Lola “We all understand the economic factors that require restaurants to get the most out of their tables, but that has to be balanced with the need to convey a sense of hospitality. In any event, it did not make for much of a welcome, despite the complimentary inch each of tinto...