Cette balade culinaire irlandaise est la meilleure excursion de dégustation de plats et de boissons de Dublin. C'est une balade amusante et passionnante dans Dublin qui vous emmènera découvrir les meilleures activités de Dublin. Vous explorerez les restaurants irlandais et les pubs traditionnels les plus populaires et cachés. Un excellent moyen de retrouver de vieux amis et de vous faire quelques nouveaux amis pendant le trajet ! Venez avec nous et rencontrez la population locale. Manger, boire, être heureux.
Hannah was our guide and she was fabulous! She was very knowledgeable and provided plenty of interesting info. But she also let natural conversation flow among the guests. There were 8 in our group. Americans and Germans, various ages, and we all got along. The food was delicious. The true highlight was the Irish coffee at the end. A wonderful way to spend an evening!
Excellent introduction to Irish food and the city of Dublin. Our guide ( Hannah?) met us early at the location and immediately introduced herself and created each of the other 10 people as they arrived. She was fun and gave us some good insight into the Temple Bar area of Dublin. We stopped at three restaurants, the first one for a beer tasting and Boxty sample, the second one for our main dish (I had coddle and my husband had mussels) and our final stop was a lesson in making the perfect Irish coffee complete with the history of the brew and a delicious dessert. Great tour and fun enthusiastic guide.
This food tour was everything I'd hoped it would be. Our tour Leader was personable and knowledgable about the area and I was very happy with the informative stops between restaurants. There was a nice variety of foods to try (we couldn't get enough of The Boxty's chips) and loved our tutorial on Irish coffee. High marks all around.
I booked this tour for our group of eight so we could have a different kind of evening in Dublin. The tour was great fun. Emer, our guide, added a lot of dimension By sharing her own experiences growing up in West Cork. Each of the food stops was interesting and provided insight into Irish history as well as current agriculture production. Go hungry - and go.
The walking was at a reasonable pace and adequate time was allowed at each stop. The food and service were well organized and efficient but friendly at the same time. Will do it again the next time we are in Dublin