The ‘good food circle’ has grown with 5 new businesses now included in the 2016 taste guide to Tyrone.
The Black Cat and Tailor’s House in Ballygawley, along with Dungannon Golf Club Restaurant and La Scala in Dungannon, Cookstown’s Brown Sugar and Caffe Fresco, Strabane are the latest eateries to become members of the Good Food Circle, bringing the total membership to 30.
Created by Flavour of Tyrone, the guide promotes food tourism in the county, showcasing the range of restauranteurs who work alongside local food producers to create quality dining experiences.
Presenting the new members with plaques, Chair of Mid Ulster District Council, Councillor Linda Dillon, said:
“Tyrone has already established a reputation for offering quality food, something which is so important in attracting visitors who are looking for an authentic experience. The growing membership of Flavour of Tyrone is testament to the commitment of the hospitality industry to demonstrating high standards and encouraging others to follow”.
Neil Somerville, Chair of Flavour of Tyrone, said:
“Every year our membership grows in numbers and strength and this year is no
exception. With 30 fantastic restaurants on board, we’re offering the total experience by addressing areas such as hospitality and friendliness, service and ambience, as well as excellent food. It all adds up to a great way of giving visitors a true taste of the Flavour of Tyrone”.
Flavour of Tyrone is an initiative of Mid Ulster District Council and this project was part funded by Invest Northern Ireland and the European Regional Development Fund under the Sustainable Competitiveness Programme for Northern Ireland.
For more information about the Good Food Guide to Tyrone, visit www.flavouroftyrone.com.