Yesterday, fudi&more® officially opened the doors to the company’s new eatery in St Patrick’s Woolen Mills, Douglas, less than one year after the ribbon was cut at their second location in Eden Hall on the Model Farm Road.
|Tom Ren, CEO Fudi&more|
|Deirdre Griffin, Cork Chamber|
and Rebecca Millner, Dunmanway
On the menu for the opening event was a wide range of delicious bites from fudi&more’s Douglas menu, incorporating global-inspired cuisine from Italy, China and many exotic destinations in between. All food served on the night was prepared the ‘fudi’ way; using locally sourced (organic Kilbrack Farm are a key supplier), organic produce and with fresh, healthy and clean eating in mind.
|Deputy Lord Mayor of Cork,|
Cllr Des Cahill
|Sai Wing Ho, Avvions Marketing, De-Song Ye, MD fudi&more and Mark Mavamba, fudi&more|
|Laura McLaughlan, Kimberely Kelleher |
and Jessica Doran, fudi&more staff,
Speaking at the exclusive opening event, Tom Ren, CEO of fudi&more was clearly excited at what the future holds for the company. “If you had told me last year at the launch of our Eden Hall branch that we would be back, less than a year later, opening a third branch, I would have been a little bit skeptical!” he laughed.
|Carrie McKeown, Hopkins Communications, Rory Noonan,|
The Echo and Edel O'Mahony, Hopkins Communications
He added: “We hope to continue and grow the fudi&more name with the launch of our Douglas restaurant and look forward to welcoming new and regular customers in the coming months. We will now be able to offer our service to approximately 70 percent of the Cork city market with a goal to increase that to 100 percent by the end of 2019.”
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|The kitchen aid to beat all kitchen aids, demonstrated by Mark of fudi&more. Just does it all the cooking itself!|
Not the prep though, sad to say. Not yet! See the video below.