Taste of Dublin
1st to Sunday, September 5th. This year Taste of Dublin will operate at a reduced capacity, in line with government guidelines; however, additional sessions have been added. The event will now run over five days instead of the usual three. Savour the moment with good food and good friends, tickets from €20 (ex. booking fee) are on sale now from tasteofdublin.ie
Always central to Taste are the culinary talent who take to the Taste Theatre stage , and this year is no exception. Over 25 of Ireland’s top Chefs, including Michelin starred additions, have been added to the line-up for 2021. Jordan Bailey of two-starred Aimsir, JP McMahon of Aniar, Galway and Jess Murphy of Kai, Galway join Taste stalwarts Rachel Allen, Kevin Dundon, Aoife Noonan and many more. Other additions include Instagram favourite cookalong hosts Eric Matthews and Trisha Lewis as well as Euro-Toques Gareth Mullins and Gráinne Mullins.
From sophisticated street food to indulgent high end cuisine, Taste of Dublin 2021 will host some of Dublin’s best restaurants offering inspired dishes for every palate. Pickle, Hang Dai, The Salty Buoy by Niall Sabongi, The Chop House, Bites by Kwanghi, The Port House, Jackrabbit, King Sitric and Three Twenty Ice Cream. Each restaurant will offer signature dishes, a showpiece creation that they are best known for, along with a selected menu of their iconic dishes.
Using the Government’s most current guidance, organisers will adapt the event to run in accordance with any restrictions in place at that time while still maintaining the much-loved Taste format.
With some sessions already sold out and reduced capacity, tickets for Taste of Dublin are already in high demand. Book yours now at tasteofdublin.ie