Posts Tagged ‘Galway’

On 6 November 2017, an international jury chaired by Greek celebrity chef Argiro Barbarigou announced the European Young Chef for 2017. The winner, Aisling Rock from Galway, European Region of Gastronomy 2018 impressed the panel with her dish: Mackerel, Pickle, Sheep Yoghurt. Based on the traditional recipe Salted...

Following our previous post on Dublin’s best cheap eats for students, we now have a new edition for all of you Galway dwellers. When it comes to dining out, we don’t always have the cash to flash but have no fear, we’ve got the best Galway best cheap and cheerful restaurants that won’t break the bank. We’re here to...

By Mark Keane If you’re one of the few people who hasn’t seen Star Wars – The Force Awakens, you missed out on the beautiful Skellig Michael being filmed in all its cinematic glory. It was the perfect closing shot, leaving viewers with goosebumps. It also had the effect of shining a lightsabre onto one of Ireland’s...

By Lynn Kuehner How would we be able to manage the stressful pre-Christmas period without visiting Christmas markets that get us into the Christmas spirit? Enjoy the Christmas lights, eat some sausage or mince pies or chocolate logs, drink mulled wine to heat you up and shop some handmade gifts for family and...

 By Lynn Kuehner  Travelling always goes along with exploring foreign cuisines and food traditions. Recently, food tourism is a booming business in Ireland, combining short history lessons with delicious tastings of traditional and contemporary Irish food trends.  Food tourism is not only for tourists, locals can also...