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February 18, 2019
A Uniquely Cork Affair at the Montenotte Hotel

Celebrating Cork’s incredible food culture, the Montenotte Hotel has launched a truly unique Cork Afternoon Tea.  Cork produced delicacies will certainly delight, from Milleens cheese and Gubbeen chorizo bites to Tanora pate de fruit and Toonsbridge Ricotta cake. 

Available throughout the month of February 2019, the Cork Afternoon Tea is also a tribute to Cork Chamber 200, celebrating 200 years of the Chamber in Cork. 

Speaking at the launch of the Cork Afternoon Tea, Montenotte Hotel General Manager Brian Bowler said, “Supporting local producers and celebrating the diverse and exciting Cork food culture is something that we are passionate about here at the Montenotte.  We are also keen to mark the business heritage of Cork, and this Cork afternoon tea acknowledges Cork Chamber 200 celebrations this year also. This month there is simply nothing better than looking out over Cork city from our Panorama Terrace, while enjoying all the flavours of this foodie region.”

In true Afternoon tea style, the selection of savoury and sweet treats includes sandwich style bites with Ardsallagh and Milleens cheeses, Ballymaloe Relish progressing to Cork Gin Trifle, Murphys Stout Chocolate Tart and Barry’s Tea Crème Brulee while finishing with Tanora Pate de Fruit and Midleton Rare Whiskey Fudge.

Montenotte’s Celebratory Cork Afternoon Tea will be served in the Panorama Bistro and Terrace, overlooking the River Lee throughout the month of February priced from €32 per person. 

Pre booking is essential, please call 021 4530050 or email us to make a reservation. 
 

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