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
Pull up a school for a chat at the bar, snuggle in beside the fire or enjoy traditional music in an Irish pub
Want to get the inside track on the Irish food scene? Join a food trail and find out
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
An award winning casual restaurant serving local and seasonal produce. The food is European with an Irish twist. Early...
La Paloma is a Spanish restaurant and tapas bar located in Dublin's vibrant Temple Bar quarter. La Paloma offer guests...
Be it Italian specialist coffee, home cooked food or something a bit stronger, you'll find it here!
The Cherry Tree is located in beautiful surroundings by a lake in Killaloe, County Clare. It has received many awards...
Popular Thai restaurant located on O'Connell Street
The hotel has built a reputation for good home cooked food served by a fine team of friendly staff.
Loughrea Farmers Market takes place every Thursday in Loughrea, County Galway. Locals and visitors are invited to browse...
The Island Gate restaurant is open seven days for lunch and evening meals. Steaks and seafood served all day.
$4,472 US$ price approximate, based on 1£=1.6 US$
From $509 per couple for 3 nights
From $2825 per person
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