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 Square Steakhouse is an excellent restaurant located in Wicklow Town. Run by a husband and wife team, the restaurant...
Experience two pleasures together, delicious coffee and mouth watering luxury chocolates at your nearest Butlers Chocolate...
Luigi Malones in situated opposite Cork Opera House and is one of the friendliest places to visit in Cork City. The...
Lemon Crepe & Coffee Co. operate two charming little creperies in Dublin's city centre, offering both sweet and savoury...
The Old Schoolhouse Restaurant, in Swords Village, north of Dublin, was an 18th century schoolhouse. Locally-sourced...
An old favourite with the people of Belfast since 1983 this restaurant boasts Italian food.
A Traditional Cosy Connemara Pub and Restaurant that use's locally sourced produce as well as fresh seafood from the...
JC Doorly's Pub is found in Roscommon Town. The small pub is known for its traditional music and friendly atmosphere.
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