Our food-first itinerary shows you how to experience the best this friendly city has to offer, even if you only have 2 days in Dublin.
Irish staples such as potato, bacon, and stew are hardly exclusive to Ireland, which means that should you leave the fair isle of beauty, you’ll be able to find some fantastic equivalents for traditional Irish food around the world!
Traveling Spoon offers unique cooking and dining experiences in the Irish countryside, including a foraging and cooking class in the Midlands, and a cooking demonstration in County Kilkenny
No journey to the UK is complete without a slice of cake or a nibble on a biscuit. We take you from the south of England to Scotland, listing their well-known and less commonly known tea-time treats.
Quality ingredients, ingenious creations, and reinvented classics can all be found in Dublin and Belfast’s coolest foodie hubs. You’ve got to start somewhere, so start by trying these ten traditional Irish foods…