The Menu: Food news with Joe McNamee

Part of this year’s Cork Midsummer Festival programme, Cocina Pública, a Chilean art project featuring a mobile kitchen housed in a shipping container, ...

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Restaurant review: The Wild Honey Inn

THE Wild Honey Inn is a former Victorian hostelry dating back to 1841 when well-heeled gentry regularly decamped to Lisdoonvarna to ‘take the waters’ ...

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Meet the people behind four Irish businesses setting the bar for sustainable food production

Joe McNamee meets the people behind four Irish businesses setting the bar for sustainable food production.

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The people behind the city's newest - and coolest - festival

Next weekend sees an event around Cork city which marries architecture and food, writes Joe McNamee.

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O’Mahony’s: The new Cork restaurant everyone is talking about reviewed

In 2003, a bypass finally and forever diverted the bulk of traffic between Dublin and Cork from the infamous bottleneck that was Watergrass-hill.

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The Menu: Food news with Joe McNamee

The Menu only ever believes the season proper has begun with the annual advent of the West Waterford Festival of Food (April 26-28), in delightful Dungarvan.

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The Menu: Food news with Joe McNamee

The Menu is delighted to bring further detail to an item alluded to in last weekend’s column, news of what promises to be one of the highlights of this year’s ...

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Restaurant Review: Ichigo Ichie, 5 Fenn’s Quay, Sheare’s Street, Cork

Painted matt black, no name above the door, no window to the outside world, arrival into Ichigo Ichie is calculatedly low key, still, calm.

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The Menu: Food news with Joe McNamee

Food news with Joe McNamee

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Restaurant review: Burnt - Princes St, Cork

FOR many Corkonians of a certain vintage, pizza was ‘born’ in the very early ’80s, in Pizzaland on Patrick St, arriving near-simultaneously with ...

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Restaurant Review: Sublimely tasty food at Monk’s Lane in Cork

Joe McNamee heads to Monk's Lane in Cork to sample the old country pub.

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