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Food in Ireland

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  • Food festivals
  • Irish food trails
  • Eating out guides
  • Just Ask! campaign
Tempt your taste buds Come meet the farmers and fishermen, the artisan producers and the new wave of inspired chefs, all wrapped up in a great day of foodie fun for all.

Get started on your culinary adventures with these suggestions for food festivals in Ireland.


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Take time out to savour Irish cuisine Good food is just the start – on a food trail you’ll shake the hand that feeds you too. That’s because Ireland believes in small, local and personal.

It’s the warm and welcoming people that turn this great natural larder into experiences that visitors will always remember.


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Indulge yourself The perfect Irish meal is expertly prepared, served simply and fresh as it can be.

Taste the flavours of Ireland, from the Atlantic swells to the mountain mists, the turf fires to the small green fields.

Find the perfect dining experience this autumn with these helpful guides.


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Celebrate local food The Just Ask! campaign is all about promoting local food and the people behind it.

Participating restaurants are proud to let you know they're using the finest of ingredients - all sourced locally.

So if you're curious about where the food on your plate came from - Just Ask!


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Discover Irish Cuisine

This autumn, delight your taste buds by sampling some of Ireland’s delicious cuisine.

Ireland has a natural, honest approach to food – and an easy-going, warm style – that’s both rooted in tradition and cutting edge. On this small island, local rules.

Here you’ll find some of the best raw ingredients in the world, expertly prepared then served as simply and as fresh as can be – it’s as if you can really taste the flavours of Ireland.

Browse our resources for information on where to dine, where to find fresh produce and artisan goods and even where to pick up some skills yourself.




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