Brendan O’Rourke of Apache Pizza looking seasonal.
WITH any bit of luck, over the next few weeks we’ll all get a chance to let somebody else do the cooking and, especially in the hectic run-up to Christmas, it’s great to get out and have your food served up to you.
And if you happen to be in Mallow, all the better - because you’ve come to the right place.
Certainly, with any number of high profile eateries in Mallow, and so much award-winning local food producers, it’s a highly competitive landscape, but these have raised the bar for all our local restaurants and it’s the punters who benefit.
What we can now expect is top quality, fresh ingredients - sourced locally where possible - cooked and served by professionals who’ve got Gordon Ramsey’s chidings echoing in their ears. In other words, the chef at your local restaurant knows well what’s demanded by the diners of today, and they, too, want to serve the best.
In Mallow, fortunately, our local chefs have great ammunition in the top quality local ingredients on the market, ingredients good enough to grace any plate from a hungry housewife to a queen - literally.
But, remember, dining out is not all about the food, as important as that is. No, it’s about the experience and the company you keep, too. Christmas is definitely a time to call up a few friends - perhaps some you haven’t called in a while - and settle on a local spot to meet up, sit down together and enjoy a tasty meal served up by people who value you being there? It makes for a great night out - catching up, renewing acquaintances and having a laugh around a good meal.
And it doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg - there’s plenty of great value out there. In fact, there’s great value in most eateries if you take a closer look.
No, most of us can’t eat out every other day, but we all deserve a treat. So, find your niche at a local eaterie in Mallow and make some time for you. For you and a friend or two.
With artisan food and drink producers supplying local outlets, Mallow does offer the very best when it comes to gastronomic experiences. In fact, Mallow offers a host of eating experiences for every palate.
The only thing that is difficult about eating out in Mallow is deciding where to go. Excellent value lunches, special occasion dining, family friendly, fun night with the friends, romantic rendezvous – you find the company you want, and we’ll help you find where to eat.
There is a real sense of pride for the food on offer in Mallow eateries and there is no shortage of dining options, whether it’s fine dining or pub grub that you are after, you’re spoilt for choice.
Centre Stage host their Christmas cabaret in Springfort Hall on Monday/Tuesday, December 10/11.