Despite the steep price (38.50 euros including 20 'florins' for food purchase) and iffy weather, we decided to check out Taste of Dublin this year in June. We queued up outside of Iveagh Gardens to await admission during our designated four hour block.
il Primo shave cheese from an enormous block.
We sampled some lovely Irish ciders...
...and a bit of lamb.
Diep before heading into a tent to see some famous chefs do cooking demonstrations.
Kevin Dundon, a handsome and personable guy who looks like he'd be right at home on the Food Network.
Norman Musa. Full of energy, Musa demonstrated a dish called nasi goreng while inspiring those in the audience to visit his home country.
Taste of Dublin was a bit pricey, we're glad we went. The food quality was excellent and the setting in Iveagh Gardens made for an enjoyable evening out. We'll definitely be attending again next year!