Harvey’s Point hotel in Donegal and The Elm Tree in Cork have been crowned Ireland’s best hotel and pub carvery venues respectively in the fourth annual Great Carvery of the Year competition.
For the second year running, Donegal hotel Harvey’s Point took home the top gong for Great Carvery Hotel of the Year, while, for an incredible third year in a row, The Elm Tree in Cork was crowned Great Carvery Public House of the Year.
The winners were unveiled by rugby ace Sean O’Brien in front of a packed house at the Great Carvery of the Year Grand Final at the Herbert Park Hotel in Dublin.
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Launched in 2010 by Unilever Food Solutions Ireland, Great Carvery of the Year is an all-island search for Ireland’s best pub and hotel carvery.
Speaking at the final, Head Judge and Unilever Food Solutions spokesperson, Mark McCarthy said that while "times are tough for a lot of pubs and hotels, I strongly believe that carvery is something truly unique to Ireland and that we have to continue showcasing it as one of our foodservice industry’s unique selling points".