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
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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
Eat like a king in Ireland with cool cafés and hip urban bistros that don't cost the earth
Hotfoot it to a farmers' market and enjoy the sounds, smells and artisan produce of a local Irish market
The food at Jackson's Restaurant in Roscommon Town is modern Irish cuisine, with strong European influences. On offer...
The Guinea Pig is located in the heritage town of Dalkey, 20 minutes by DART from Dublin city centre. The Guinea Pig...
Olio Restaurant is situated in the Blackstaff Square district right in the heart of the city centre.
The Anglers Restaurant Bar and Bistro offers a pleasant and relaxed dining experience.
Welcome to JJ O’ Malleys Westport’s most famous bar and restaurant. We are located at the top of Bridge St (near the...
Eco Douglas is a contemporary restaurant that prides itself on providing a range of dishes, with something for every...
Aine's Cafe & Wine Bar is ideally situated in the centre of the bustling town of Tralee.
Ollie's club at The Merchant Hotel offers the definitive luxury club experience.
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