King Sitric, Howth was today awarded Most Informative Menu by BIM, the Irish Sea Fisheries Board as part of it’s prestigious 2011 Seafood Circle membership and awards. Joan MacManus, King Sitric was presented with their membership plaque and award today in their premises in Howth, Co. Dublin.
The Seafood Circle was developed by BIM to support and champion retail and hospitality outlets that continually offer excellent quality seafood and service to their customers. The Seafood Circle plaque is presented to memebers on an annual basis and BIM encourage customers to seek outlets with this badge of honour in order to be assured of the best seafood available.
Presenting King Sitric with their award and plaque, Donal Buckley, Business Development & Innovation Manager, BIM, congratulated the company adding, “Customers can be assured that anyone who attains membership of the Seafood Circle will offer an exceptional seafood experience. The Seafood Circle plaque will only be found in hospitality establishments throughout the country that offer superb quality seafoood and service. This, combined with a commitment to the best customer relations guarantees a visit to any Seafood Circle outlet will be well worthwhile”.
The Seafood Circle has grown since it’s inception in 2001, with almost 200 members announced in 2011 – 99 hospitality and 98 retail members. In addition to membership, there are a number of ‘best category’ award winners. The complete list of 2011 BIM Seafood Circle members and awards are available on www.seafoodcircle.ie or www.bim.ie