3 ways to experience food in Ireland

Looking for a food tour of Ireland? Kati and Blaze guide you through three ways to experience it: slow, quick, and adventurous—and always delicious! Start off with a quick sampling of different dishes at Belfast’s last surviving Victorian covered market, St George’s. An international foodie hub, it’s home to over 300 vendors, all focusing on local ingredients.

Next up: Slower, upscale dining at chef JP McMahon’s Aniar Restaurant. Recognized with a Michelin Star for the past five years, Aniar serves only farm-fresh ingredients and has become an institution in Galway.

Finally, check out a classic dish: black pudding. It’s a traditional farm food and a staple of an Irish breakfast. Kati tries some in Clonakilty, near Cork, and discovers it’s an amazing compliment to modern dishes.

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This post is proudly produced in partnership with Tourism Ireland.

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