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COMPETITION: Win a meal for two at The Ivy in Dunboyne Castle

Tuesday, 8th April, 2014 4:05pm
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COMPETITION: Win a meal for two at The Ivy in Dunboyne Castle

Win Dinner for 2 at The Ivy

COMPETITION: Win a meal for two at The Ivy in Dunboyne Castle

Win Dinner for 2 at The Ivy

The Ivy, at Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa, offers an original selection of modern Irish and international cuisine in an intimate, warm and stylish atmosphere. John Nagle, the Executive Head Chef, has introduced menus which include Ireland’s highest quality produce such as a delicious herb crusted St. Tola’s Goats Cheese Salad, Chargrilled Angus Beef Fillet and Pan-fried West Coast Scallops.

The Ivy also provides specially created menus to cater for all dietary requirements including vegetarian, vegan and lactose free options. The menus are strongly influenced by the Chef’s passion for using Ireland’s seasonal and world-class ingredients.  It is because of this that The Ivy is an award winning restaurant having been awarded two AA Rosettes for culinary excellence in July 2013.

Dinner in the restaurant is served from 6pm-9.30pm. The early bird menu option is served all evening Sunday - Thursday and 6.30pm – 7.30pm on Fridays with Sunday lunch available from 1pm – 3pm. The Ivy also offers a Table D’Hote menu where diners can experience a little taster of all the restaurant has to offer.

For more information on The Ivy and to see a sample menu visit their website - http://www.dunboynecastlehotel.com/ivy.html or you can give them a call on 01 8013500.

The lovely people at The Ivy have given us a voucher for someone to enjoy dinner for 2 at their beautiful restaurant. Head on over to the meathapp Facebook Page for more information on how you can get your hands on this voucher and enjoy some tasty food with thanks to The Ivy and Dunboyne Castle. 

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