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Countdown is on to Kinsale Restaurant Week!
Posted by Kinsale Advertiser on Monday 13 February 2023

The return of Moët & Chandon Kinsale Restaurant Week by the Kinsale Good Food Circle takes place next week from Monday 20th to Friday 24th February. Following two sell out years of Restaurant Week in 2019 and 2020, Kinsale Good Food Circle members are excited to bring back this initiative to their customers, where each member offers a two course menu for €28 across each member restaurant.
This year the prestigious Champagne House Moët & Chandon is partnering with Kinsale Good Food Circle to bring an exciting week of food and fizz to the seaside town.
Kinsale Good Food Circle was set up in 1976 between the restaurants and hotels in the town and organises one of Ireland’s longest running food festivals, Kinsale Gourmet Festival each year and has also been responsible for the highly successful All Ireland Chowder Competition, Kinsale Street Feast and the hugely successful Kinsale Kids Kitchen Takeover. Kinsale won Ireland’s top Foodie Town in 2018 and Ireland Most Enterprising Town in 2020.
Announcing the return of the festival and the partnership with Moët & Chandon, Chairperson of Kinsale Good Food Circle, Tom Kay from The Supper Club, said ‘’Kinsale Good Food Circle is delighted to partner with the prestigious Champagne House, Moët & Chandon, for Kinsale Restaurant Week 2023. Ireland’s Foodie Capital paired with one of the world’s premier Champagnes with a week of amazing food at incredible value, is a great opportunity to explore what Kinsale has to offer and launches the Kinsale Culinary 2023 season.’'
Bookings for Restaurant Week are made directly with each venue and available at each of the eleven member restaurants, namely, The Bulman, Fishy Fishy, Actons Hotel, Finns Farmcut, The Supper Club, The Blue Haven, The White Lady, Man Friday, The Trident Hotel, Jim Edwards and The White House,
Speaking on behalf of Moët & Chandon, Elaine Cullen, Moët Hennessy Brand Director at Edward Dillon Co added: “One of the most important aspects of champagne is its taste, especially in terms of balancing primary flavours and integrating textures, and they prove to be even better when combined with well-chosen dishes. Kinsale is renowned for some of Ireland’s best restaurants providing food lovers with unbeatable gastronomic experiences, which this year will be paired perfectly with the world’s best loved champagne, Moët & Chandon.”
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