A husband and wife team with a mutual love of food, specifically, the hamburger variety. Call them shallow but they just love 'em! Let's face it. Who woke up craving a salad?
This grand country estate & resort hotel offers Lady Fitzgerald’s High Tea, themed on the classic decadence of the 1920s. Live out your Downton Abbey fantasy for a few hours.
The setting is amazing. The Quays is on the harbour front in the historic port town of Cobh, famous as the gateway to America for countless thousands of Irish emigrants in the decades after the famine, and as the last port of call for the Titanic. Have a bite to eat and a drink here in the summer and watch the fishing boats and giant cruise liners dock in the harbour. You can reach Cobh by a short, scenic train line from Cork.
The city’s first five-star hotel, close by the University, offers fine-dining in its Orchid Resturant & Perrots Garden Bistro – gourmet food in the beautiful surroundings of a heritage house and estate once owned by one of Cork’s leading Merchant families.
In three locations around Cork, in the city on Adelaide Street, in Carrigaline and Crosshaven (where they have a restaurant) Hassetts are a long-standing, family run business with the emphasis on quality.