More than ever, we are appreciating our beautiful Island and all it has to offer. This year Taste of Dublin aims to inspire you and your tastebuds to continue to eat and discover your way around the country long after the word ‘lockdown’ is a distant memory.
The Taste will be hosting a series of talks highlighting Ireland’s abundance of food tourism potential including restaurants and foodie experiences that are worth traveling for or that might be just on your doorstep.
Chefs, producers, hoteliers, and food tour hosts from areas including Donegal, Mayo, and West Limerick will unveil hidden gems from their counties. They will discuss the spirit of collaboration that local food culture creates and how to encourage and empower consumers to discover what Irish food truly means to them. Get ready to discover West Limerick, the Midlands, Wexford, Mayo, and Donegal’s Hidden Food Trails.
Taste of Dublin 2021 returns to the Iveagh Gardens from September 1st to 5th 2021. Over five incredible days, visitors can enjoy Ireland’s latest, greatest, and hottest restaurants, mingle with homegrown chefs, indulge in gourmet produce, or simply relax and enjoy being outdoors in the city with friends. Tickets priced from €20 (excluding booking fee) are on sale now, for more information or to purchase tickets go to Taste Of Dublin Tickets 2021.
These talks will take place on the Food for Thought with Regina XXL stage.
See the full schedule in the table below.
Wednesday: West Limerick
Tom Flavin (Chef) Jorgen Hartogs (Adare Walks) Ursula Guiltenane (D&M Garden Centre)
Kwanghi Chan (Chef) Sue Glackin (Donegal Food Tours) Megan Wilkes (Biddy O Barnes Pub)
Jonathan Keane (The Lodge at Ashford) Dermot Madigan (Mulranny Park Hotel) Martina Calvey (Achill Mountain Lamb)
Paul Hynes (La Côte Seafood) Lorraine O Dwyer (Gallivanting Tours) Kevin Dundon (Dunbrody House), Pauline Dunne (Killowen Farm Yoghurt)
Gary O’Hanlon (Chef) Eva Milka (Gaelic Escargot) Sham Hanifa (The Cottage Restaurant)