The Rising Tide Cork awarded ‘Best Restaurant in Munster’
in Good Eating Guide to Ireland
|Pictured from left were Sandra Murphy, Rising Tide, Diane O'Sullivan, Fota Resort and Eileen and Michael Fleming, Flemings|
The Rising Tide in Glounthaune, Cork, picked up the prestigious title of ‘Best Restaurant in Munster’ in the ‘Good Eating Guide to Ireland’ at an event in Dublin that was attended by restaurateurs, food critics and foodies from all over Ireland on Monday 11 June.
The restaurant is quoted as being a secluded sanctuary just 10 minutes from Cork city centre, with some of the best seafood in the region and breath-taking views. The owner Sandra Murphy brought nationwide attention to the family business during her time on TV3’s The Apprentice, and it has enjoyed further fame from celebrity visits, including Lady Gaga.
Commenting on the win, Sandra Murphy said, “We are over the moon at winning such an esteemed title. It’s a challenging time for the industry, so we are delighted to see that our hard work, ethos of only sourcing the highest quality local produce, and recognition that customers are looking for value for money and something a little different, is paying off”.
A well established diners’ reference, the 96 page Good Eating Guide to Ireland features over 250 hotels, restaurants and public house eating establishments in virtually every county in Ireland. 45,000 copies have been printed and are available at any of the Guide’s featured hotels, restaurants or pubs. The Guide is also available as an insert in the July issue of Easy Food Magazine.
The Rising Tide is also recommended by Paolo Tullio's Taste Of Ireland, Georgina Campbell guides, Lucinda O' Sullivan Great Places to Eat, Good Food Ireland, BIM and it was voted Dining Pub of the Year 2009.