The award winning Kai Cafe and Restaurant on Sea Road are joining forces with Galway Food Tours for 2017. The Kai Cookbook club which runs over 4 months beginning in January- lets diners experience some of head Chef Jess’s favourite cook books. Each cook book club will focus on the recipes from one book cooked Kai style.
The featured cookbooks are beginning with Polska- New Polish Cooking by Zuza Zak on January 31st, followed by The Palomar Cookbook- Mitchell Beasley on February 28th, on March 28th it’s Simple effortless food, big flavours- Diana Henry and to finish on April 25th Gjelina- Travis Lett.
“The cookbook club allows diners to taste and experience dishes and flavours from some of the best known cook books in the world. It is like stepping inside that book for one night only. We love doing them as we can also immerse and become a little obsessed with the cookbook for that entire month,” explained Jess.
Galway Food Tours the culinary walking tour of Galway ran by Sheena Dignam brings people to try produce from oysters to cheese; Sushi to Crab and Doughnuts to Strawberry tarts. Explore your love for food with this gastronomic tour of Galway’s culinary hotspots.
Galway’s famous food culture is explored over a morning and takes in some of the city’s best known and secret food haunts with Sheena taking you on a food journey that is simply delish!

Sheena will lead food enthusiasts around Galway’s finest food destinations. The tours will include an unforgettable trip to the now famous Galway Market and visits to award winning restaurants and cafes.

Tickets are €75 for one Cookbook evening and one Galway Walking Tour are available in house at Kai.
For more information log onto www.kairestaurant.com or phone 091-526003. Kai Cafe and Restaurant and Galway Walking tours are social across all platforms, connect.

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The Sustainable Restaurant Association is founded as a not-for-profit organisation by Giles Gibbons, Simon Heppner, and two restaurant owners, Henry Dimbleby MBE (Co-Founder of Leon, Co-Author of the School Food Plan and Founder of StreetFeast) and Mark Sainsbury (Founder of Moro, The Zetter Group & Grainstore).
The SRA created a unique framework to simplify the complexity of sustainability for the industry.

 

Sustainability Rating: 
The Food Made Good Sustainability Rating shows customers that you’re passionate about serving great quality food in a way that isn’t costing the earth. The rating is based on a holistic assessment of your business, covering 14 key-areas that consider your society, sourcing and environmental practices. This in-depth look into your business allows us to accredit the great things you’re doing and shed light on areas where there might be room for improvement. Assessments are carefully tailored by business type, so the audit will be relevant to your specific operations. The Food Made Good Sustainability Rating is a 3-Star rating.

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Kai CookBook Club

We are hosting our Cookbook club on Wednesday 23rd March.

This month it’s Prune.

Reviewers have said this book is for:

Cookbook nerds, Prune regulars, bloody mary enthusiasts, aspiring line cooks, David Lynch fans and people who loved Blood, Bones & Butter.

If you are looking for an evening with a difference, that is all about food, people and experiencing flavours then join us.

Tickets available from Kai on Sea Road.

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Kai at Christmas 2015
 
We are closed from Christmas Eve December 24th until Jan 1st, however we are open on New Years Eve but just for dinner (Fully reserved)
 
Kai will re open on Saturday 2 Jan at 9:30am and it will all be as normal again, albeit a New Year!
 
Looking back at 2015, We have had a truly great year at Kai, all made possible by our incredible team and customers. We want to wish you all a very happy Christmas and the best of everything for 2016.
 
From us all at Kai Cafe + Restaurant
 
#WeLoveKai #SeaRoad #Christmas

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