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The Wild Geese Restaurant (Proprietors David Foley and Julie Randles) is located on the main street of Adare Village, Co. Limerick. As a chef David Foley has established a reputation for excellent cuisine. He has always has a keen interest in cooking. and spent many years learning his trade in such fine establishments as The Park Hotel Kenmare, The Kildare Hotel & Country Club, the Waterside Inn, Bray, Berkshire. Stephen Bull’s Restaurant, Blanford Street, London. He then progressed to his first Head Chef position when he took over in the Hibernian Hotel Dublin 4. During his six years there, the restaurant received numerous awards including five consecutive 3 AA rosettes.
After being an employee for so long, David developed an intense ambition to start his own restaurant and once The Wild Geese became available he and Julie jumped at the chance to run their own business. It is the philosophy of the Wild geese to use the freshest of local ingredients cooked in the simplest ways to maximise the flavours and tastes of the foods being served. The restaurant, with its beautiful dolls-like settings, lends itself to a relaxing and atmospheric fine dining experience.
The restaurant is open for dinner Tuesday to Saturdays inclusive from 6.30pm. Lunch is served on Sundays from 12.30pm.
Taken from the Wild Geese Restaurant Website
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