Ireland has a very sophisticated whiskey tasting trail throughout the country. My focus this weekend was on the West of Ireland and the loveliest little city in Ireland – Galway.
The annual ‘A Taste of West Cork’ food festival, which runs annually in September, has had a faithful army of followers since its creation in 2003. It celebrates and promotes west Cork produce and gives local chefs an opportunity to showcase their talents to a wider audience.
When you visit Ireland you’ll inevitably try the local cuisine, some uniquely Irish dishes and high quality fresh produce that’s available across the country in restaurants, artisan food shops and country markets. Ireland really has a lot to offer for food lovers with some of the best farmhouse cheeses and freshest seafood imaginable.
Dublin is famous for its pubs and ‘pub grub’ (traditional Irish pub food). A visit to this beautiful Irish city is not complete without tasting the outstanding food and drink, while enjoying traditional Irish music.
If you are planning a vacation to the Emerald Isle, then you are in for a treat! Ireland offers the most delicious authentic food. From spring lamb to fresh fish, hot stews and of course, potatoes, Irish food is always adored by visitors.