Easter Sunday Lunch | Galway Food Festival | Champions Cup
Easter Sunday Lunch
Happy Easter to one and all, it’s an extremely busy week with lots of families joining us for the Easter Holidays. Our kids club Friendly Fellows has a full schedule of activities running to keep the little ones busy. This weekend is going to be another great one with another Bank Holiday to look forward to. We have a very tasty menu prepared for Easter Sunday, with tempting treats like; Deep Fried Brie, Duck Spring Rolls, Kellys of Newport Black Pudding. For mains, we have all your favourites such as Roast Sirloin of Angus Beef, Pan Seared Fillet of Hake, Baked Fillet of Salmon and Ricotta with Spinach Ravioli. Afterward you can enjoy the Connacht Assiette of Desserts. Drop us a line today to reserve your table.
Speaking of food, this week see’s the return of the Galway Food Festival. For this year's Festival, the theme is “Planting Seeds” so it covers the origin of our food and lots more as well. The idea behind this year's festival is to plant the seeds of education and awareness; it’s about planting the seeds of economic growth and development and additionally about getting back to our roots. The bars, restaurants and streets of Galway will host over 100 food based events over the weekend so there’s plenty for everybody to enjoy.
Connacht have reached the Quarter Final of the Challenge Cup by topping Pool 5 of the competition in an unbeaten run of six games. They take on Glouchster this Saturday in the Sportsground and will need to return to winning ways after a tough run of games recently including a home defeat to Zebre. The visitors haven’t been on a great run of form either with last weekends narrow victory over London Irish the first win in four. Extra seating has drafted in for the day, so a great atmosphere is guaranteed. Let’s hope glory days are just around the corner again.