Food & Drink - Independent.ie

Food & Drink

I recently bought some Drumlin cheese at our local farmers' market and it is divine, as always. I've been enjoying it for breakfast most mornings on toasted sourdough - such a delicious way to start the day. Drumlin is a raw cow's milk cheese made by the people at Corleggy Cheeses. Corleggy was started in Cavan in 1985 by Silke Cropp, using milk from her goats. These days, Corleggy makes a number of different award-winning cheeses. Corleggy itself is a hard goat's cheese; there is also a smoked version. Drumlin comes in a number of different varieties, including smoked, garlic and even seaweed. Quivvy is a fabulous cheese. It's a goat's cheese that's only available during the summer months. Quivvy is preserved in Greek kalamata olive oil with sun-dried tomatoes. It would make a perfect addition to a simple salad of tomatoes, olive oil, basil and some lemon juice. Corleggy cheeses are available at food shops, delis and farmers' markets across the country.

Restaurant Guide

with special offers

Ciao Bella Roma, Dublin

A lovely and rather authentic pizzeria which has been going strong for a few years and has proved very popular with those who crave no-nonsense Italian at the outpost of Temple Bar. Apart from a number of daily specials, the menu here consists of a rather mind-boggling variety of pizza: and they're best enjoyed with a few beers amongst friends. The restaurant's large wooden tables and views out onto Parliament Street all add to the atmosphere: for a low-key, affordable but an authentic ...

Reviews for Ciao Bella Roma

Bella!

reviewed by: bryanbmon Ciao Bella Roma 01 July 2011

Cheap and cheerful..never too busy and always worth a lunch time visit.Consistently good food especially the pizza and pasta,good service and a simple relaxed atmosphere. Read more...

bryanbm would not recommend.bryanbm would not use again.

Was this review: 0

Great cheap italian

reviewed by: stellabeon Ciao Bella Roma 30 June 2011

This place is a steal they have a really cheap meal deal think its around 8e for pizza and wine. the pizza is really authentic and the place is always full of italians which is always a good sign. Read more...

stellabe would not recommend.stellabe would not use again.

Was this review: 0

Ciao Bella Roma

reviewed by: diggeron Ciao Bella Roma 21 June 2011

Best Italian Restaurant in the City. Great lunch time menu for a really good price. Read more...

digger would recommend.digger would use again.

Was this review: 0

Great value for lunch

reviewed by: flavouron Ciao Bella Roma 08 January 2010

I've been here about 3 or four times for lunch. It's great value for money. I can't remember the price but I remember thinking it was a steal given the quality of the pizza, pasta and the ingredients. Read more...

flavour would recommend.flavour would use again.

Was this review: 0

Restaurant Location

Food & Drink - Independent.ie

Food & Drink

I recently bought some Drumlin cheese at our local farmers' market and it is divine, as always. I've been enjoying it for breakfast most mornings on toasted sourdough - such a delicious way to start the day. Drumlin is a raw cow's milk cheese made by the people at Corleggy Cheeses. Corleggy was started in Cavan in 1985 by Silke Cropp, using milk from her goats. These days, Corleggy makes a number of different award-winning cheeses. Corleggy itself is a hard goat's cheese; there is also a smoked version. Drumlin comes in a number of different varieties, including smoked, garlic and even seaweed. Quivvy is a fabulous cheese. It's a goat's cheese that's only available during the summer months. Quivvy is preserved in Greek kalamata olive oil with sun-dried tomatoes. It would make a perfect addition to a simple salad of tomatoes, olive oil, basil and some lemon juice. Corleggy cheeses are available at food shops, delis and farmers' markets across the country.

Food & Drink - Independent.ie

Food & Drink

I recently bought some Drumlin cheese at our local farmers' market and it is divine, as always. I've been enjoying it for breakfast most mornings on toasted sourdough - such a delicious way to start the day. Drumlin is a raw cow's milk cheese made by the people at Corleggy Cheeses. Corleggy was started in Cavan in 1985 by Silke Cropp, using milk from her goats. These days, Corleggy makes a number of different award-winning cheeses. Corleggy itself is a hard goat's cheese; there is also a smoked version. Drumlin comes in a number of different varieties, including smoked, garlic and even seaweed. Quivvy is a fabulous cheese. It's a goat's cheese that's only available during the summer months. Quivvy is preserved in Greek kalamata olive oil with sun-dried tomatoes. It would make a perfect addition to a simple salad of tomatoes, olive oil, basil and some lemon juice. Corleggy cheeses are available at food shops, delis and farmers' markets across the country.