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Heading to Cork tomorrow with no. 1 aim to eat dinner at CP again. Its only 5 hours drive and worth it!
Woohoo!!! Coming tomorrow evening for the first time!! Can’t wait!… just looking at the menu makes my tummy do nice things, similar to the first time I met my girlfriend (also from Cork)
Got the cookbook, will soon have eaten at the restaurant, then all I’ll need is the t-shirt!
I am avidly looking forward to getting a copy of Paradiso Seasons, having practically worn out my copy of the Café Paradiso Cookbook. Unfortunately Amazon UK seem to be having problems getting it – 1st order was cancelled by them, second has just been delayed after 8 weeks wait. sigh
I haven’t been converted to a veggie but I still love to go to Cafe Paradiso and enjoy something different, I feel that the superb service I have experienced each time there should also be acknowleged.
Husband: Tell me again why we are going to Cork?
Me: Because it is European City of Culture 2005 and I like to be ahead of the crowds!
Husband: What no ulterior motive then?
Me: Well there might be a restaurant I want to go to …..
Result – two delicious meals at CP enjoyed by me (shocked delight – what joy, I can eat every choice on the menu?) and husband (well it certainly makes a change). We shall be back!
8 March 2004 -
You’re a genius!
to Mr. Ritter: You want recipes? Buy the book. Dennis Cotter’s cookbook is warm, readable, and very helpful to someone aspiring to get close to the real thing. (though for an American, “gubeen cheese” means nothing).
I took the opposite approach; I visited the restaurant and couldn’t leave without the recipes! I suggest you do the same.
Looking for vege restaurants for our holiday in 2004. Your menu looke great can’t wait to try it. Have been vege all my life
My current Uni project is to create a business of my own. I have chosen to open a vegetarian reataurant in one of Scotlands cities. Wondered if you could chuck some facts and figures my way such as the various costs of starting the business. Its all make believe so they dont need to be entireley accurate. Cheers it would be of great help and i chose your restaurant over anyone elses through the reputation you have, even in Scotland.
We want recipes! Just one, to see what all this fuss is about. Then maybe we’ll go there.
found you on a websearch before we came , phoned and booked .
ate at the paradiso early september , friday night , remember to book !
food wonderful , the best combinations of tastes we have ever experienced .
it was even better than the reviews . really nice unassuming place to eat .
not ridiculously expensive either .
try the quay co op as well , not in the same class of course but filling and cheap !
I agree you need to showcase a few recipes on your site, like Wolfgang Puck or Delia. That’s life these days – anyway you’ll be moving on to new recipes by the time we make them!
Not a single recipe on your site to tempt us?
Last Wednesday we had dinner at Cafe Paradiso. Never had such great food in such a super ambiance! Unfortunately it was also our last day in Ireland. Thank you all for making our “last supper” such a memorable one. We hope to return one day!
Best regards to all of you, from the Double Dessert Dutch ladies.