The pubs and hotels that serve the best carvery dinners in Ireland have been revealed
Ever eaten in any of these?
The carvery dinner has long been a staple part of an Irish person’s diet; indeed, the thought of a meat and veg dinner of a Sunday afternoon has been known to motivate men and women across the country for the entire week.
The Great Carvery of the Year competition has reached one of its most exciting and anticipated points of their year as they announced the nominees for the pubs and hotels which serve the best carvery dinners in Ireland.
Now in its eighth year, the nationwide Great Carvery of the Year competition is known for identifying and rewarding those who give a great carvery dinner.
Over the next four weeks, the finalists will receive a visit from the team of mystery diners to find out who serves the best carvery in the chosen pubs and hotels in each region.
Three pubs and hotels have been nominated in each province and at the end of it, the Great Carvery Hotel of the Year and Great Carvery Pub of the Year will be revealed.
Great Carvery Hotel of the Year 2017 Finalists:
Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin Airport
Bridge House Hotel, Tullamore, Offaly
Dinn Rí, Carlow
The Heights Hotel, Killarney, Kerry
Rochestown Park Hotel, Douglas, Cork
Rathkeale House Hotel, Rathkeale, Limerick
Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill, Galway
Shearwater Hotel, Ballinasloe, Galway
Ard Ri House Hotel, Tuam, Galway
Killyhevlin Lakeside Hotel, Enniskilllen, Fermanagh
Silver Tassie Hotel, Letterkenny, Donegal
Loughshore Hotel, Carrickfergus, Antrim
Great Carvery Pub of the Year 2017 Finalists:
Red Cow Inn, Naas Road, Dublin
The 51 Bar, Haddington Road, Dublin
Beaumont House, Beaumont, Dublin
Kirby’s Brogue Inn, Tralee, Kerry
Bull McCabe’s, Kinsale Road, Cork
The Hi-Way Bar, Dooradoyle, Limerick
The Trappers Inn, Castlegar, Galway
The Broken Jug, Ballina, Mayo
Mulroy’s, Castlebar, Mayo
The Orchard Inn, Letterkenny, Donegal
The Market Yard, Limavady, Derry