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 Granary Café is a Bridgestone award winning restaurant/cafe in the heart of the city, take time to relax with friends...
La Palma is a beautifully appointed and centrally located Italian Restaurant in Waterford City. The restored Town House...
At the Sarah Baker Cookery School near Moneygall, County Tipperary, people can learn how to grow seasonal vegetables...
Clonmel Farmers Market is held weekly in Clonmel,County Tipperary. From 10am-2pm there will be a range of delights at...
Granville’s is a family run bar and restaurant, open 7 days a week from 12 noon. Situated just off the main town square...
An Grianán is a wholefood shop in Dingle County Kerry. It sells fresh organic deli foods and is a vegetarian cafe offering...
Dating back to 1198, The Brazen Head is officially Ireland's oldest pub. Licensing laws only came into effect in 1635...
The award-winning Strawberry Tree Restaurant at the BrookLodge Hotel near Aughrim, County Wicklow is Ireland’s only...
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