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Dining in Dromana

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Dromana House is an excellent place to visit.

The house is beautiful and everyone is always warmly welcomed by the owners Barbara and Nicholas Grubb.Dining in Dromana - I do photography Pawel LorencDining in Dromana - I do photography Pawel LorencDining in Dromana - I do photography Pawel LorencDining in Dromana - I do photography Pawel LorencFor the opening of the West Waterford Festival of Food feast, Mr and Mrs Grubb invited many lovely guests among whom were the local food producers and a well known chef Eunice Power.Dining in Dromana - I do photography Pawel LorencAmong the esteemed guests were:Dining in Dromana - I do photography Pawel LorencDining in Dromana - I do photography Pawel Lorenc Dining in Dromana - I do photography Pawel Lorenc Dining in Dromana - I do photography Pawel LorencDining in Dromana - I do photography Pawel Lorenc Dining in Dromana - I do photography Pawel Lorenc Dining in Dromana - I do photography Pawel Lorenc Dining in Dromana - I do photography Pawel Lorenc Wines were provided by the Spanish Embassy represented by Sara Crespo Garcia.Dining in Dromana - I do photography Pawel LorencEunice Power treated all the guests with tasty and elegant dishes:

The guests were invited to start their dinner with the Blackrock Salt Bread made with beer from the Dungarvan Brewing Company.

  • Blaa and Knocklara Pudding with Knocklara sheep cheese for the starter.
  • Blackwater Gin Sorbet as appetizer
  • McGrath’s Roast Butterflied Leg of Lamb for main course
  • White Chocolate Mousse and Flahavans oatmeal lace cookies for dessert
  • Tea and coffee with Muldoon’s truffles

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