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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. […]

Galway tastes amazing!

Galway tastes amazing!

Ah Galway! A bohemian beauty that sits like a jewel on Ireland’s rugged west coast. This is a city with everything to offer. It LOVES a good party. It’s got a fascinating history filled with intrigue and romance. It’s a gateway to the stunning beauty of Connemara, the legendary Aran Islands and the 2,5000km-long Wild […]

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 […]

Delicious eats in Ireland’s Ancient East

Delicious eats in Ireland’s Ancient East

Start in style Set your sights on County Cavan, where celebrity chef Neven Maguire creates culinary wonders at MacNean House. Braised beef featherblade with oxtail gel, scallops and pork cheek, and chestnut velouté with parmesan puff are all on the menu during this gastronomic journey. A national treasure. Georgina Campbell on MacNean House At The […]

Flavours of the south: a food inspired trip idea

Flavours of the south: a food inspired trip idea

Driving Driving 330 Miles 4 days Food and Drink County Cork County Limerick County Tipperary Get set for a mouthwatering tour around the south of Ireland, taking in the rich food culture of counties Cork, Limerick and Tipperary Feeling hungry? You’re in the right place. We begin our food tour in the historic medieval town […]

Trip Idea: Flavours of the Wild Atlantic Way

Trip Idea: Flavours of the Wild Atlantic Way

Driving Driving 761 Miles 6 Days Wild Atlantic Way Food and Drink Music & Culture Scenery The tang of salty sea air on your lips, jaw dropping cliffs views and endless gourmet delights: a trip along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way is sure to give you an appetite Experience our culinary trail where you can taste […]

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 […]

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 […]

Ten to try: Traditional Irish foods

Ten to try: Traditional Irish foods

Boxty at O’Holohan’s Like our infographic? Download it here? 1. Boxty – eat it at O’Holohan’s on the Barge, Belfast Like the sound of expertly prepared Irish food in a gorgeous environment? Then climb on board O’Holohan’s, moored at the Belfast Waterfront. This restaurant-on-a-barge is famed for its boxty: a traditional potato pancake, which it […]