McKennas launch digital guide for Top 100 Best Restaurants
Last week the McKennas took a brave leap with one of their much celebrated guides. This year the Top 100 Restaurants in Ireland guide has migrated from a paperback to a digital smart guide.
This means that it’s always in your pocket and even more interactive, so there is no excuse now for not finding a great spot for lunch or dinner anywhere in the country.
The guys have really taken all the aspects of how a guide should be used, and compiled a super user-friendly App. The smart guide gives you the option to search by venue or location, offering a fantastic description and gallery of photos for each venue.
A great feature in the app is the ability to phone a restaurant to make a booking directly from the app at the press of a button. These buttons are also available for you to visit Twitter, Facebook and web pages making contact so easy.
Kai in the Top 100 Restaurants in Ireland guide
We are so grateful for the kind words and support of John and Sally down through the years, and yet again their description of what we do has blown us away.
Read it here for yourself….
Jess Murphy is cooking out of the zone in Kai right now, her work a wild riot of flavours, colours and textures. There’s nothing else like it.
Jess Murphy was always going to get there. Well, with her cooking in Kai, we can say that she’s arrived. She is in that zone where her creativity is unrestrained and wildly exciting, where all the lessons of her life and work and travels have been assimilated into a cuisine that is hers, and hers alone.
She is pushing the envelope, and not just with ideas and flavours, but with presentation also, for her plates have a painterly quality that dazzles the eye even before the flavours zonk you.There is nothing she can’t cook to its zenith of flavour and texture, no ingredient that doesn’t make her mind race with a furious creativity – Silke’s halloumi; goat’s curd; Brady’s striploin; sea buckthorn and apple sea beet hogget chops; her own labneh with dukkah; West coast crab with Green Goddess dressing.
The food in Kai is not just elemental, it is instinctual, it broaches no argument in its total confidence and philosophical sureness. It is a thrill, it’s a Kandinsky riot of colours, a Frida Kahlo wave of unlikely flowers and dried fruits, a conception of how everything can be art. That’s what it is, art spun from beautiful ingredients.
We wish the McKennas the very best of luck with their smart guides. Make sure you download the app straight to your iPhone now to find out what it’s all about – https://itunes.apple.com/ie/app/100-best-restaurants-in-ireland/id811290744