We are the Chosen Catering Partner to Galway GAA, feeding their county teams before & after matches and training. We are proud to have catered to the All Ireland Winning Hurling Senior & Minor teams throughout their 2017 winning year.

With experience catering to these elite athletes we can provide high quality, delicious, nutritious healthy real food for your sporting event, workplace, business function and many more. 

Our food is made in house from scratch by our experienced chefs. Our aim is to promote healthy eating by providing food which high in protein, low in salt, sugar & saturated fats with a source of fiber.

With over 30 years managing, coordinating and providing catering events throughout Ireland, we are confident we can create a package to suit your needs. We have a variety of healthy and delicious dishes available to choose from.

Get in touch with a member of our team today and we can tailor make a package for you and your team.

 How it works!

Call us with the details (numbers, venue, time)

We will design your menu (vegetarian, vegan etc.), office meals are different from training meals. We create a personalised menu

You confirm numbers, venue, time and special dietary requirements

We arrive, set up and serve you. Like your own pop-up restaurant, we use real plates and real cutlery

You enjoy your meal

We clean up and leave.



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          FeedThePulse was previously known as McArdle Catering.

McArdle Catering provides the catering service to both our County Football and Hurling Teams and is a preferred partner of Galway GAA. The service provided by McArdle Catering is best in class and the feedback from our all our players is nothing but positive."
— John Hynes, CEO Galway GAA
McArdle’s Catering have been fueling Connacht Rugby players since 2012. They offer professionalism, a high level of service and excellent food. They are reliable and a pleasure to work with and I look forward to utilising their services again in the future."
— Nigel Carolan, Connacht Rugby