The Irish Food Trail Experience is Dublin’s No.1 Food Tour, this is the perfect way to see the Irish Culture. Not only is it a fun and exciting walking tour of Dublin City but allows you to explore Dublin’s hidden restaurants. What better way to experience Dublin than getting to try local produce and traditional Irish dishes? In the company of a local tour guide, this informative tour is an experience to remember from your visit to Dublin![Read more…] about Irish Food Trail Experience Dublin
The Irish Food Trail Deluxe food tour is a Dine Around which lets you taste Starters, Main Course, and then Dessert each in a different venue, with minimal travel between the three. Join our local food guides on this premium food tour, taste the best of Irish food, craft beer and premium Irish Whiskey. Discover some of Ireland best restaurants, taste local produce and relax in great company. [Read more…] about Irish Food Trail Deluxe Dublin
What does the Irish word the Craic mean?
If you have never had “The Craic” then you are missing out. But what is the Craic, the most straightforward definition of the word is fun or enjoyment. The true meaning encompasses something far greater than just a bit of fun.
For me “The Craic” is a [Read more…] about What is the Craic
Fish and chips – so you think it’s an Irish dish?
Fish and chips – Irish, Italian or Russian??
Regularly while on one of our Irish food trails – I do a full sweep of our guests and ask them what do they think is Irish food? Almost always fish and chips comes up among their answers. Some guests are a little unsure and ask is it actually Irish? Truth is that it’s not really Irish at all but it is definitely a dish that has a place in the nation’s hearts and is well enjoyed!
Dublin Coddle on the Irish Food Trail
So, you have never heard of Coddle? Well don’t be surprised. Most people in Ireland haven’t either. Coddle is a traditional Irish dish unique to Dublin. A working class dish, true comfort food with a hearty nutritious stew-like feel. Generally made from salty bacon, pork sausages and potatoes. Coddle’s origins stem from harder times in Dublin where wasting food was as cardinal a sin as thievery! Lash whatever you didn’t consume over the week into a big pot and cook it up.[Read more…] about Dublin Coddle on the Irish Food Trail