• Cyril McAree

Dublin and Fermanagh Win All-Ireland Great Carvery Accolades


Dublin’s Beaumont House and Killyhevlin Lakeside Hotel, Enniskillen, Fermanagh are victorious in this year’s KNORR Great Carvery of the Year. This comes after an announcement by Mark McCarthy, Business Development Chef and Jim Reeves, Customer Director, at Unilever Food Solutions.Launched in 2010, the Unilever Great Carvery of the Year competition is a countrywide search for the best pub and hotel carvery. It is considered a leading culinary competition within the food service industry in Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Commenting on this year’s competition Mark McCarthy, Business Development Chef at Unilever Food Solutions, said, “Once again the standard of those who entered the Great Carvery competition has been amazing. All the finalists have shown remarkable dedication to provide good quality food at a great price.“We would like to thank Beaumont House and Killyhevlin Lakeside Hotel for their brilliance in offering the best carveries in Ireland. Winning this competition is not to be taken lightly. It is a reflection of all the hard work that goes on behind the scenes to bring quality food to their tables.”

Speaking on their win Paudie Carew, manager of Beaumont House, said, “We are delighted to win this prestigious award.

“As the largest carvery in the country, we pride ourselves on delivering fresh, hearty food to our customers. It’s great to be recognised for that service.”

Kevin Watson, Head Chef at the Killyhevlin Lakeside Hotel commented on taking the national title: “The team and I are honoured to receive this award. It endorses the quality food and service we deliver every day.”

General Manager David Morrison added, “It’s fantastic that the Killyhevlin Lakeside Hotel has been rewarded for our continued efforts to give our customers the best possible carvery experience.”

Among the provincial winners in the Hotel of the Year category are Rochestown Park Hotel, Douglas, Cork (Munster); Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill, Galway (Connacht); Bridge House Hotel, Tullamore, Offaly (Leinster) and Killyhevlin Lakeside Hotel, Enniskillen, Fermanagh (Ulster).

In the Pub of the Year category Kirby’s Brogue Inn, Tralee, Kerry (Munster); The Broken Jug, Ballina, Mayo (Connacht); The Market Yard, Limavady, Derry (Ulster) and Beaumont House, Dublin (Leinster) claimed the provincial titles.

For more details visit, www.greatcarvery.com

Overall Winners:

Great Carvery Hotel of the Year Winner: Killyhevlin Lakeside Hotel, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh.

Great Carvery Pub of the Year Winner: Beaumont House, Beaumont, Dublin.

Provincial Winners:

Great Carvery Hotel of the Year

Munster: Rochestown Park Hotel, Douglas, Co. Cork.

Connacht: Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill, Co. Galway.

Leinster: Bridge House Hotel, Tullamore, Co. Offaly.

Ulster: Killyhevlin Lakeside Hotel, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh.

Great Carvery Pub of the Year

Munster: Kirby’s Brogue Inn, Tralee, Co. Kerry.

Connacht: The Broken Jug, Ballina, Co. Mayo.

Leinster: Beaumont House, Beaumont, Dublin.

Ulster: The Market Yard, Limavady, Co. Derry.

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