Beloved café and bakery in Connemara named among Top 100 in Ireland

Beloved café and bakery in Connemara named among Top 100 in Ireland

A café in rural Galway is celebrating recognition of its dedication to creating delicious, wholesome dishes with its inclusion in a list of the best of Ireland.

Builín Blasta Café, Bakery, and Retail in Spiddal was named in the prestigious Top 100 list compiled by the Sunday Times last month.

The Top 100 list is a highly respected annual ranking that highlights the best food destinations in Ireland, as chosen by Sally & John McKenna of the McKenna’s guides.

Builín Blasta was chosen for its commitment to quality, its unique and flavourful menu, and its warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Heather Connolly, chef and owner of the café, said that they were delighted to be included in the Sunday Times list.

“We take pride in creating homemade dishes that are not only delicious but also made from the freshest Irish ingredients.”

“This recognition is a wonderful achievement and we are grateful for the support of our customers and our dedicated team.”

To celebrate this achievement, Builín Blasta is inviting customers to visit its wine bar, which is open every Friday and Saturday from 18:00 until 22:30.

The wine bar offers a selection of specially selected wines and craft beers, along with a selection of platters and small plates that concentrate on classic, timeless dishes that delivery on quality and flavour.

An Early Bird menu is available until 7:15, offering two courses for €25 or three courses for €30.

The wines have been carefully selected by co-owner Eimear Killian, a qualified sommelier. Eimears focus has been on selecting distinct grape varieties that provide excellence and value, all of which are also available to purchase in our wine off-license.