From Michelin stars to big gutsy flavours, Ireland has it all on the menu
Ireland stands out as a great place to learn to cook, with renowned schools in truly beautiful locations
Irish stew, Dublin coddle and crispy boxties - the old flavours of Ireland are hot culinary news
Foraging is one of the world's biggest foodie trends, and in Ireland it's all about the seaweed
Pull up a school for a chat at the bar, snuggle in beside the fire or enjoy traditional music in an Irish pub
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A Japanese-inspired menu that features a wide variety of noodle and rice dishes, as well as delicious salads and side...
The Harcourt Hotel in Dublin city centre offers an award winning carvery dinner as well as a la carte and table d'hote...
The menu is a set menu, there is no choice, it consists of a starter, maincourse, home-made brown bread, salad and cheese,...
The Contact number for the Bali room Restaurant is as stated.
Caherdaniel Market sells a range of fresh local produce, home-baking and crafts for both locals and visitors to enjoy....
Traditional Irish bar, serving quality food/drink in a relaxed convivial atmosphere. Situated in the heart of Limerick...
Michael Flannerys Traditional Irish Bar is located at the heart of the market quarter in Limerick City Centre. The bar...
The Chart House's attractive stone-built restaurant has been one of Dingle’s favourite dining destinations since 1997.Terrific...
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