Eatery of the Year Award

Eatery of the Year Award

Support your favourite nominee to create additional awareness of their nomination and highlight their business success. Vote by clicking on the relevant option below (scroll down to the bottom of the page) and then click ‘vote’. One vote per IP address. Closing date for votes: 10am, Monday 20th October.  Please note: voting does not determine the overall winner.

Jamm Restaurant

Just yards from Omagh town centre, Jamm offers a full and varied choice of home-made foods, cooked breakfast, lunches along with a carvery option in a warm welcoming relaxed ambience – seven days a week. It also has a hugely popular home bakery serving the best in delicious baked scones, breads and pastries.

With its friendly staff it is an ideal location for the shopper, worker, student or visitors to the town. All meals are prepared using locally sourced produce while this restaurant also supports fair trade tea and coffee.

Catering for all ages of customers, Jamm has special options available for children, the elderly and those with special dietary requirements.
In a spirit of generosity, Jamm has raised a fantastic £3,000 for NI children’s cancer foundation, while all left over bakery products daily is provided to homeless centres.


Thee Plaice Restaurant

Not only does Thee Plaice serve amazing food for local residents, it also provides a delivery service to the Omagh people, which is a great benefit to anyone incapable of getting access to the premises.

Thee Plaice has built a great reputation in the town for supporting local produce and using as many local suppliers were possible. They also support the Street Angels in the early hours of the morning.

Students, in particular, love chilling out in the upstairs restaurant in this comfy atmosphere on Bridge Street. Tourists also receive a wonderful welcome at Thee Plaice, which recently registered with the Northern Ireland Tourist Board and having secured a Paddy Wagon tours contract from Dublin.
Proprieter Wayne is a fabulous entrepreneur and was one of the main caterers at the World Police fire games in Belfast 2013!


The Culmore Diner

A family-owned restaurant established in 1997, Culmore Diner has grown from its original 12 seats to comfortably cater for fifty guests. With on-site parking it is in a prime location in Omagh to get a reasonably priced, home-cooked meals that appeals to all ages.

With the legendary breakfast, Culmore Fry, and a terrific menu for Sunday lunch, sandwiches, wraps, paninis and salads, The Culmore Diner caters to all tastes. All meals can be accompanied by a great selection of desserts.

Set in a homely atmosphere, the seating area has been designed to give the customer comfort, intimacy and relaxation.
With a consistent customer service that is friendly and attentive to the customer’s needs, it is little wonder the same patrons continue to return, sometimes even three times daily!

Sponsored by Gortrush Food Services
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One vote per IP address. Closing date for votes: 10am, Monday 20th October