"Happy and successful cooking doesn't rely only on know how; it comes from the heart, makes a demand on the palate and needs enthusiasm and a deep love of food to bring it to life."

About The Oak Room

The style of cuisine is modern Irish and the restaurant prides itself on using fresh produce in season; most of which is sourced locally. One of the main aims of The Oak Room is to give quality food and service at a reasonable price. We also offer an outdoor catering service where we deliver to your desired location.

Norbert Neylon - Chef proprietor of
The Oak Room Restaurant.

Norbert Neylon trained and worked at Dromoland Castle in Co. Clare for three years. He then moved to Dublin to work with Kevin Thornton of the famed Thorntons Restaurant. Kevin Thornton quickly recognised Norbert's skills and promoted him to Sous Chef of his prestigious restaurant. Continuing his career Norbert was voted the Baileys Eurotoque Young Chef of the year in 1997. Norbert decided to leave Dublin and took-up the position as Head Chef at the Dunraven Arms Hotel in Adare County Limerick where he stayed for two years before moving to London.

In June 2001 Norbert moved to Cavan and opened the Oak Room Restaurant in the Cavan Crystal Heritage centre. Here he ran a very successful restaurant until it was destroyed by fire in November 2003.

In March 2006 The Oak Room Restaurant located in Cavan Town was launched.

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Contact details:

Address: The Oak Room, 24 Bridge Street, Cavan Town, Co Cavan, Ireland.

Telephone: +353 49 4371414
Email: oakroomcavan@gmail.com 
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