Best traditional Irish dishes – food trails in Ireland

Kilkennny repast, ©Editor_Tupp/Flickr

Kilkennny repast, ©Editor_Tupp/Flickr

There are many things which can make a holiday memorable and enjoying some lovely and delicious dishes can be part it. Travel through Ireland and experience the country’s special dishes and foods. Try all the local delicacies at restaurants, attend food festivals, go to cookery school and savor the Irish flavors. Enjoy deliciously prepared meals made of local ingredients by local chefs who bring you traditional dishes and can also prepare anything from contemporary Irish cuisine. The Irish can be very creative when it comes to culinary skills. Visit the food trail venues of Ireland and taste the tempting looking refined traditional foods.

The Burren Food Trail

Are you passionate about food? If the answer is yes we recommend you the Burren food trail, which will take you on a path that leads from the field to the plate. Visit a set of restaurants that offer you the best traditional dishes in the country. All the restaurants which make part of the trail are awarded winners and match to a high standard. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable, who can tell you the whole story about the regional foods and offer you information about the menus, source of production, markets and local food events.

Outside the Burren Slow Food, ©omaniblog/Flickr

Outside the Burren Slow Food, ©omaniblog/Flickr

Dingle – a food heaven

In Dingle you can find any kind of food imaginable. If you are a stake lover, you can have stake, if you prefer fish, have a fresh for they are delivered every morning. There is also lamb and many other kinds of preparations, whichever you eyes and appetite wants. You can also meet the local producers of Irish food, listen to their stories and feel their passion. Visiting Dingle will absolutely be an unforgettable experience.

Irish soda bread, ©thebittenword. com/Flickr

Irish soda bread, ©thebittenword. com/Flickr

Kilkenny Food Trail

In order to raise awareness of food outlets and local food producers the Kilkenny food trail has been established as a new project which promotes cafes and restaurants which support the producers. The main goal of this project is to widespread and let people know about the actual processes which happen before the food gets on our plates.

Kilkennny repast, ©Editor_Tupp/Flickr

Kilkennny repast, ©Editor_Tupp/Flickr

The trail is also trying to draw attention to the abounding variety of delicacies of Ireland which means that food does not have to be necessarily expensive. Meet the artisan cheese-makers and local farmers, visit the finest restaurants and experience the organic and high quality products of Ireland which are mainly prepared using traditional methods.

Mayo’s Finest Food

Mayo’s fines food presents the best artisan foods of Achill, Newport, Westport and Mulranny. Make a day out of it and visit the Great Western Greenway with an unraveling natural beauty in the backdrop and buy the most delicious foods of Ireland.

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