Au Pair Agency Team

Eating in Ireland

Eating In Ireland While an Au Pair

While Au Paring in Ireland, you eat fresh, tasty and with a modern touch. Taste the flavours of Ireland at a festival, on a food trail or in one of the fantastic restaurants.

To understand why eating in Ireland is so unique, you must start at the very beginning. The purity of natural products makes Ireland one of the most popular gourmet destinations in Europe. The focus is on artisan cheeses, exceptional beef and lamb, and freshly caught seafood.

The green pastures, deep valleys and crystal clear waters of the island provide unique flavors of nature that you will only find here. From delicious smoked salmon to the creamiest butter in the world, Irish produce is characterized by its impeccable heritage and should be enjoyed on the green island.

Modern kitchen, traditional flavours

With such a packed natural pantry, it's hardly surprising that the island's most creative chefs take full advantage of the great local produce. From famous starred restaurants such as Cliff House in County Waterford to great gastro pubs like Poacher's Pocket in Comber, County Down, dishes made from locally sourced ingredients dominate the menu.

Throughout the island, you can experience a variety of establishments that make Irish produce so special: in numerous unique mansions (eg Ballymaloe House, County Cork), relaxed cafes (eg The Blackberry Café, County Kilkenny) and Town centers (such as The Woolen Mills, Dublin, Walled City Brewery, Derry ~ Londonderry) are home to delicious Irish favorites when eating in Ireland.

The taste of tradition

If you prefer traditional delicacies, Ireland offers a fantastic selection from dawn to sunset. Can there be a better start to an exciting day of sightseeing than an Ulster Fry? With black and white pudding (kind of blood sausage or white sausage), bacon, sausages, tomatoes and potato farls (potato bread) you will not run out of energy.

Then it's time to dream of lunch and dinner: a bowl of hearty, creamy chowder (soup), delicious salmon and smoked redfish with wonderful soda bread.

Fantastic culinary experiences

From the grower to your plate: In Ireland you will find many opportunities to discover our great products first-hand. For example, in the outstanding markets such as the English Market in Cork, the Temple Bar Food Market in Dublin and the St George's Market in Belfast.

Farms, great cooking schools, and culinary festivals invite you to explore the origins of the fantastic ingredients or turn them into delicious dishes.