Yes, You can take a trip to Ireland via food routes, Do not miss the 10 gastronomic trips to learn and enjoy the amazing Irish cuisine (and beers).
If you think Ireland is not famous for its food, it looks like you have not visited it regularly for some time. Beyond Beers and whiskeys, The island has made great strides in terms of food and wine over the past 2 decades. Fish, meat and vegetables are of excellent quality In addition, the quality of catering has greatly improved. In a positive sense, there are food and wine tours that are really disturbing.
Here are 10.
Travel to Ireland: Do not miss 10 gastronomic trips
Award-winning food writer Katie Quigley takes visitors on a “delicious” tour of the capital: a journey to discover the history of Irish food using a variety of flavors and tastes, both traditional and more up-to-date, including delicious dairy products and desserts. Bakery, craft beer, whiskey, seafood.
Dedicated to those who love to search for food … The focus is on the leaves and flowers from April to June, and on the berries and mushrooms in the fall. Plus, a three-course lunch at the residence featuring freshly selected wild foods!
County Cork is known as the culinary capital of Ireland – a chance to see for yourself! A 2.5 hour city tour where the visitor meets the best manufacturers and distributors with their culinary delights … followed by interesting stories and tales about the city and its gastronomic traditions.
The successful combination of excellent craft beers, top-notch local fish and the beautiful surroundings of Houth Village north of Dublin make this food tour a truly enjoyable experience. Thanks to the possibility to chat with the fishermen and go to the beach and see the local colony of seals, the discovery of this place makes it even more beautiful.
This beautiful Doolin Food Tour on the Wild Atlantic Way is County Claire’s best dining experience. A stop at the Burren Smokehouse, which is known for producing the best smoked salmon in Ireland, it also tastes locally produced cheese, craft beer, award-winning fish and chips.
Galway is the star of the rough western part of Ireland – it has a rich and exciting food and drink scene. The tour offers a unique experience that includes visits from brewers, cheese makers, artisan chocolatiers, the most creative brewers, and exhibitors of many other Irish products.
For those who love jam martinis or Ulster Fry Pinkos, Belfast is a great place to enjoy culture, cuisine and entertainment in one of the many food and wine tours available. The award-winning four-hour city food tour includes organic smoked salmon, amazing cheeses, amazing local jeans, craft beers and specialty bread.
Kenmere, a picturesque village on the Famous Ring of Kerry, is a land of food that amazes and thrives on delicious cuisine. The well-known face of Irish TV and food blogger Karen Cockley meets visitors to find local delicacies and meet local vendors and manufacturers.
Wexford’s rich gastronomic history is told in a tour that takes you to various shops, farms, berry farms, bakeries, cafes and restaurants. From flour to fish soup, to sweet local strawberries.
The bustling port of Kinsale, County Cork, is a perfect place to enjoy freshly caught seafood and other handicrafts. The tour also promises wild and fun stories. Must show … hungry!
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