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This Dublin pub's carvery has been named the best in the country

The Beaumont House also claims to have the ‘longest carvery in Ireland’. Hmm.

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FORGET THE OSCARS, forget the Golden Globes – there’s only one awards ceremony we really care about, and that’s the Great Carvery of the Year Awards.

This year’s winners were announced earlier today, separated into two categories: Hotel Carvery and Pub Carvery.

The Beaumont House in Dublin was awarded Pub Carvery of the year for this delicious spread:

Carvery with the Boys today #hangovercure #delish #nom #full #besties 🍴💕

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The pub claims to have the ‘longest carvery in Ireland’, and while we haven’t gone around with a measuring tape just yet, it does look pretty damn long.

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Killyhevlin Lakeside Hotel in Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh took the Hotel Carvery prize, and we’re pleased to see a perfectly round scoop of mash on there (spherical mash is, of course, the key component of a carvery):

Regional winners include The Broken Jug in Ballina, Co Mayo, The Galway Bay Hotel in Salthill, and Kirby’s Brogue Inn in Tralee.

They’re all chosen through a ‘mystery shopper’-style system, which must be a) gas (we can think of no better job title than ‘carvery spy’) and b) amazing (weeks of taste-testing slap-up meals? Yes please).

Has your local made the cut? You can see the shortlisted establishments here. Good carvery to all, and to all a good carvery.

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