Celebrity Chef Neven for Kilronan Castle

You have seen him on tv, now see him in person as he displays all his culinary skills to effortlessly produce his never-ending array of mouth-watering creations. It’s Celebrity Chef Neven Maguire, and he will be cooking up his treats amid the opulent surroundings of Kilronan Castle between Ballyfarnon and Keadue on the evening of Wednesday, 1st of March, 2017 at 8 pm. It is all in aid of Ardcarne Community Child Care Services and Cootehall National School. 

  Not only will Neven be showing us how to prepare delicious dishes, there will also be a local food and enterprise exhibition from 7 pm where over 25 local food producers and businesses will display their products and show what is available locally.

  Tickets cost €20, which includes Complimentary Wine & Canapes. Tickets are currently on sale in Boyle Motor Works (McDonagh’s Garage), Surprises/Better Buys, Boyle, or by contacting Kilronan Castle on 071-9618000. A ticket for this wonderful event would be the ideal gift for Valentine’s/Mother’s Day.

  Award-winning chef Neven Maguire is Head Chef/owner of MacNean House & Restaurant in Blacklion, Co. Cavan. Neven began cooking at 12 years of age in the kitchen of the restaurant which was then run by his parents.

  Neven took over MacNean House & Restaurant in 2001 and it is now one of Ireland’s top restaurants and luxury guest houses, consistently winning awards for its cuisine, wine offer and service. MacNean House & Restaurant recently won ‘Best Local Restaurant’ in the National Hospitality Awards 2016.

  Before taking over MacNean House & Restaurant Neven worked at some of the world’s top restaurants, including Arzac, San Sebastian, Spain (3 Michelin Stars) and Restaurant Léa Linster, Luxembourg (2 Michelin Stars).

  One of Ireland’s most talented and innovative chefs, Neven has been named ‘Best Chef in Ireland’ at numerous awards. Neven has also won Best Food and Drink Blog in Ireland (see www.nevenmaguire.com).

  In 2016, he was awarded The Restaurants Association of Ireland’s ‘Mike Butt Award’ in honour of his contribution to the tourism industry. Neven received the prestigious award for his dedication to promoting Irish food across the world.