The Kitchen @ Gorey

A Restaurant with wholesome local produce at its heart.

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The Kitchen @ Gorey, Wexford, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland

Wholesome Restaurant with Local Produce at Its Heart

The Kitchen @ Gorey's space is a showcase for some great local food. The well constructed menu, which suits all tastes features a bevy of local producers from Fish Merchants to a soft fruit farmer and cheese maker.

Our Review of The Kitchen @ Gorey

Cathy Farrell is the face behind The Kitchen @ Gorey. This dynamic woman has pooled her hospitality experience and business brains with a natural love of good food, in a restaurant with wholesome local produce at its heart. Cathy's life experience's have given her the tools in running a successful business. This started off with studying at catering college in Dublin, then working in the industry, before managing front of house here at the previous restaurant where she is now a business partner. When it closed and the property became vacant, it was too good of an opportunity to pass up making her mark on her local food scene.

Cathy had always loved the space and felt it could make a fantastic showcase for local foods. Menus here are well constructed and based on the team’s global dining experiences. At lunch a choice of fabulous fresh salads and sandwiches, plus Hot Stuff, Favourites, Blackboard Specials and Treats. Great value to be had in all areas, with a Lightning Lunch selection for those in a hurry. 

At dinner, the charcoal grill and wood fired oven are fired up for traditional style pizzas and other wood fired delights. Five substantial mains plus a Daily Pie, Savoury Tart or Salad. A cute menu for the Little Ones means kids under twelve can also enjoy smaller portions of their favourites.

Sunday Roast is gaining iconic status amongst locals and visitors to the town, with Irish beef, chicken or pork served with all the trimmings and billowing Yorkshire Puddings. In keeping with menu presentation, the wine list is easy to navigate and well thought out with offerings by glass, carafe or bottle. Irish craft beers and cider and European beers extend the choice.

All this enjoyed in an alternatively designed, industrial style space with an open kitchen and the informal relaxed feel will appeal to families as well as those wishing for a more intimate dining experience. Located in Gorey town centre just off the main street. Definitely well worth seeking out.  

OPENING HOURS:

Mon.Tues, Thurs, Fri 12.00 noon - Last Orders 9.00pm
CLOSED WEDNESDAY
Sat 12.00 noon - Last Orders 10.00pm
Sun 12.30pm - Last Orders 8.00pm
Open Public Holidays
Open 7 Days in July and August

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