It’s one of only five in Ireland to make it through
It’s a proud day for East Cork as one of their brand new restaurants has just made the Michelin Guide for this month.
Located in Castlemartyr Restor, the brand new Terre restaurant is the latest Cork venue to make the guide, having just opened their doors for the first time before Christmas. The prestigious Michelin Guide is published online and gets updated every month, and is a carefully curated selection of what Michelin considers as some of the finest restaurants across Ireland and the UK.
Talking about the new restaurant in their guide, Michelin talks about their experience dining at Terre, mentioning:
“In the Manor House of this breathtaking resort, you’ll be warmly welcomed by the kitchen team before enjoying a procession of original and elaborate snacks which more than hint at the quality of the surprise menu in store.
“The striking and sophisticated dishes showcase the best of the local larder alongside more international flavours which highlight the chef’s time and travels in Asia; the sauces are superlative. Dishes are often finished off at your table in the elegant dining room. This is an experience to remember.”
The remaining four Irish restaurants published in the guide were The Bishop’s Buttery at the Cashel Palace Hotel in Tipperary, Fontatna in Hollywood in Co Down, Artis by Phelim O’Hagan in Derry and Blank restaurant in Belfast.