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Meet the makers

Meet the makers

As a small green island perched on Europe’s wild Atlantic coast, Ireland has long enjoyed fantastic food produce. Irish waterways attract discerning anglers while the coastline boasts some of Europe’s finest seafood. Cattle and sheep graze on patchwork fields to provide the excellent dairy products, grass-fed beef and lamb that grace menus throughout the land. […]

12 must-try treats from Northern Ireland

12 must-try treats from Northern Ireland

1. The Comber Potato Grown in sheltered soil around Strangford Lough, County Down, the Comber is a world-class spud with a distinct nutty flavour. It also claims Protected Geographical Indication (PGl), the EU scheme that protects the reputation of regional food. Try it at The Poacher’s Pocket, Lisbane, or James Street South in Belfast. 2. […]

5 Reasons Cork Tastes Amazing

5 Reasons Cork Tastes Amazing

There’s a good reason that Cork is known as the food capital of Ireland: the range of produce is phenomenal – from excellent artisan cheese to beautifully crafted smoked fish. It’s packed with great places to eat, cool pubs and the vibrant English Market – a culinary rollercoaster through some of the county’s best foods. […]

Northern Ireland’s food revolution

Northern Ireland’s food revolution

Walk around Belfast and you’ll find yourself in the centre of a food and drink renaissance. Northern Ireland’s capital has become a hive of high-grade chefs, producing some seriously exciting dishes. Step through the black frontage of OX or enter the hallowed doors of EIPIC, and you’ll encounter modern, Michelin-starred dishes that celebrate Northern Ireland’s […]

Trip idea: flavours of Northern Ireland

Trip idea: flavours of Northern Ireland

Driving Driving 4 days Food and Drink Northern Ireland Causeway Coastal Route Belfast City Set out on a food trail of local specialties and gourmet treats across Northern Ireland, and prepare for a taste sensation Our culinary trail kicks off in the city of Belfast, winds through the gastronomic heartlands of County Down and the […]

5 reasons Belfast tastes amazing

5 reasons Belfast tastes amazing

Belfast’s food scene is buzzing. Whether it’s delis and markets laden with super-fresh local produce, sleek city centre restaurants, or old-school favourites like fish and chips and the Ulster Fry, the capital of Northern Ireland is fast becoming a true food hero. From top left: Hadskis; The Muddler’s Club; Molly’s Yard. Bottom from left: both […]

Follow the flavours

Follow the flavours

A lush green isle surrounded by some of the world’s purest waters, Ireland’s strong agricultural tradition has evolved into a thriving local food scene. What better way to explore this land and meet the people who work with its produce than a food-focused tour or self-guided trail? 1 Boyne Valley Best known for the neolithic […]

Ireland’s oysters

Ireland’s oysters

Maybe it’s how those glistening marine beauties reflect the pure, unspoilt and surprisingly diverse coastline of this small island. Or because relishing this homegrown delicacy is the stuff that holidays in Ireland are made of – whether at a legendary oyster festival; on an oyster farm tour; or in one of many pubs and restaurants, wine […]

Dining with a difference: 6 to savour

Dining with a difference: 6 to savour

1. The Dead Dinner, James Joyce House, Dublin Like the sound of having dinner in the setting that inspired one of the greatest short stories in the world? At the James Joyce House in Dublin’s historic Usher’s Quay, you can do just that. This is not just dinner… this is dinner in the dining room […]

10 great Irish restaurants to try

10 great Irish restaurants to try

The Woollen Mills Eating House 1. The Woollen Mills Eating House, Dublin Location is everything in this bright “Eating House” in a beautifully upgraded old Dublin woolen shop. Vast windows overlook the River Liffey, lined with dappled beech, oak, ash and sycamore trees. The menu features traditional throwbacks, such as Dublin coddle, making the Woollen […]