The Food Awards Ireland 2019 celebrate local restaurants and suppliers

The Food Awards Ireland 2019 welcomed over 300 guests at The Crowne Plaza Hotel Dublin Airport on Monday, November 4th in an annual a celebration of those who work hard to provide us with delicious dishes and unique experiences when we visit their establishments.

The awards recognised the achievements of local suppliers, wholesalers, chefs and restaurants amongst others that always serve the community with the freshest of products and work tirelessly within their establishments to deliver great customer service to their diners. The winners are a true reflection of the quality and excellence that remark the country’s food industry.

The elegant ceremony was hosted by the Irish celebrity Jenny Buckley. She welcomed on stage meritorious individuals, acknowledged for providing visitors and residents with great gastronomic delights and working within establishments where excellence is standard.

Several of the awards were split into local regions to ensure the diverse range of businesses from across the country are recognised for their exceptional work.

A Spokesperson for the Food Awards Ireland 2019 said: “We would like to thank the public for making The Food Awards Ireland, the leading celebration of those who thrive in the country’s food sector.

“The awards celebrated everything related to food and provided a platform to thank those who have dedicated their whole career in providing us with great gastronomic delights. They also showcased amazing professionals that take our taste buds around the world by serving from Mexican and Italian to Oriental and the best of the East.

“We would like to congratulate all winners and finalists for their amazing achievements.”

The winners of The Food Awards Ireland 2019 are:

Best Indian Establishment: Chandpur Indian Restaurant (Donegal)

 Best Italian Establishment: Napoli Italian Delicatessen & Cafe (Cork)

 Best Mediterranean Establishment: Salamanca Tapas Bar & Restaurant (Dublin)

 Best World Cuisine: Aussie Outback  (Dublin)

 Best Mexican Establishment: Tuco’s Taqueria (Galway)

 Best Vegetarian Establishment: Veginity (Dublin)

 Best Seafood Establishment: Linnane’s Lobster Bar (Cartron)

 Best Street Food: Vish.Shop (Dublin)

 Middle Eastern Restaurant Of The Year: The Cedar Tree Restaurant (Dublin)

 Best Irish Cuisine: McHughs Traditional Pub & Restaurant (Galway)

 Bakery of the Year : Buttercream Dream (Dublin)

 Best Pizza Establishment: Platform Pizza Bar (Wicklow)

 Best Oriental Establishment: Wau Asian Cuisine (Meath)

 Best Asian Food Establishment: Yang’s Chinese Restaurant (Dublin)

 Caterer of the Year: A Slice of Life (Westmeath)

 Best of Dublin: Craft Restaurant

 Fine Dining Restaurant of the Year: Burren Fine Wine & Food (Clare)

 Dessert Outlet of the Year: Fantastic Flavours (Youghal)

 Cookery School of the Year: Dingle Cookery School (Kerry)

 Best Fish N’ Chips Establishment: Little Saltee Chipper (Wexford)

 Outstanding Restaurant of the Year: Flame Restaurant (Navan)

 Burger Bar of the Year: BlockBurger HQ  (Dublin)

 Restaurant General Manager of the Year: Mandy at IL Vicolo (Galway)

 Takeaway of the Year: Castle Takeaway (Meath)

 Chef of the Year: Franco Toderic at Franzini’s (Meath)

 Hotel restaurant of the Year: Restaurant gigi’s at the g Hotel (Galway)

 Outstanding Restaurant Supplier of the Year: Branagan Meats (Dublin)

Buffet Restaurant of the Year: Freestyle (Louth)

 

Gastro Pub of the Year Ulster: Mickalene’s Bar (Ardara)

Gastro Pub of the Year Connaught: John Keogh’s Gastropub (Galway)

Gastro Pub of the Year Leinster: The Cross Guns (Meath)

Gastro Pub of the Year Dublin: Brannigans Bar (Dublin)

Gastro Pub of the Year Munster: Cashel Palace Hotel and Mikey Ryan’s Bar and Kitchen (Tipperary)

 

Gastro Pub of the Year Overall Winner: Mickalene’s Bar (Ardara)

 

Cafe/Bistro of the Year Ulster: Thyme Out Cafe and Tearooms in Glenveagh Castle (Letterkenny)

Cafe/Bistro of the Year Connaught: Puddleducks Cafe (Mayo)

Cafe/Bistro of the Year Leinster: Harvest Home Bakery & Cafe (Meath)

Cafe/Bistro of the Year Dublin: The Press Cafe (Dublin)

Cafe/Bistro of the Year Munster: The Parlour Cafe (Cork)

 

Cafe/Bistro of the Year Overall Winner: Thyme Out Cafe and Tearooms in Glenveagh Castle (Letterkenny)

 

Restaurant of the Year Ulster: The Batch Loaf  (Monaghan)

Restaurant of the Year Connaught: Flannerys Bistro (Ballinrobe)

Restaurant of the Year Leinster: Eco Pizzeria and Restaurant (Gorey)

Restaurant of the Year Dublin: The Cedar Tree Restaurant (Dublin)

Restaurant of the Year Munster: CoqBull  (Cork)

 

Restaurant of the Year Overall Winner:Flannerys Bistro (Ballinrobe)

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