Meet and Eat Dublin: Dublin Food Walking Tour

Meet and Eat Dublin: Dublin Food Walking Tour
Food, Wine & Nightlife > Food Tours > Culinary & Gourmet Tour
$76.47
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
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Description

This is the original and multi-award winning food tour of Dublin! Professional, local and very knowledgeable guides will take you on a gentle 2.5-hour culinary walking tour around Dublin, visiting the finest indigenous purveyors of good food. Stops on this tasting trail might include a cheese monger, a top notch delicatessen, a specialist bakery or a farmers market, where you will meet the producer and retailers and hear the story behind their exciting venture.

Are you interested in exploring Dublin's culture through its food with a small group of people? These culinary walking tours are a sociable, enjoyable, informative and a really fun way to see a new city. You will be met by your guide in the heart of Dublin and from there will explore the city, visiting lesser known, quirky areas of this charming town.

You will meet artisan bakers, top-shelf delicatessens, farmers market stall-owners, chocolatiers and cheese mongers to name a few, and you will taste some of their sweet and savoury offerings, while hearing their fascinating stories.

Your guides are always adapting and evolving to embrace new trends, outlets and products and so each tour is fresh and unique. The tours are limited to 14 people allowing plenty of opportunity for you to ask questions along the way, making this a wonderfully personalised and memorable experience. The fab food guides are a fun bunch of people, all local and very well-informed so you are guaranteed to be well-looked after! Each walk has between 6-8 stops depending on the route and you will sample something tasty at each stop, making this an outstanding one-of-a-kind food experience.

This is the original and multi-award winning food tour of Dublin! Professional, local and very knowledgeable guides will take you on a gentle 2.5-hour culinary walking tour around Dublin, visiting the finest indigenous purveyors of good food. Stops on this tasting trail might include a cheese monger, a top notch delicatessen, a specialist bakery or a farmers market, where you will meet the producer and retailers and hear the story behind their exciting venture.