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Bill O'Dea, Irish Mycophagist. Irish Food & Drink, Good Food Ireland
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Bill is a passionate Irish Mycophagist, he loves his mushrooms and has been running mushroom hunts for over 20 years.

Dublin City, Dublin
Daeng's Healthy Foods, Co. Wexford, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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Daeng Mellander produces vibrant crackers made with locally grown vegetables.

Blackwater, Wexford
The Strand Cahore, Co. Wexford, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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Dine in this stunning pub restaurant facing the great Irish sea.

Gorey, Wexford
Atlantis Seafoods, Co. Wexford, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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Wexford based Atlantis Seafoods provide locally caught fish and seafood from their Rosslare Road Shop.

Wexford Town, Wexford
Mulligans of Sandymount, Dublin, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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Enjoy the comforts of an authentic Irish pub in the bustling suburb of Sandymount village with a trip to Mulligans of Sandymount.

Sandymount, Dublin
Tiffin by Sunil, Co. Wicklow, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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Sunil and Leena Ghai are bringing a much-loved Indian tradition to their home in Greystones, Co. Wicklow through their eatery Tiffin by Sunil. 

Greystones, Wicklow
Tartare Café + Wine Bar, Galway, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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Lower Dominick Street in Galway’s Westend is home to, Tartare Café + Wine Bar.

Galway, Galway
Cava Bodega, Galway, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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Cava Bodega is a prime example of the popular practice of communal dining long associated with tapas.

Galway, Galway
The Brook Inn Restaurant & Bar, Co. Cork
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The Brook Inn in Cork’s pretty suburb of Glanmire comes with three generations of family cheffing expertise behind it. The Murphy’s have owned the pub for seventeen years.

Glanmire, Cork
Pickle Indian Restaurant Dublin
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If you’re in a pickle about where to eat some of the best Indian food in Dublin, we have the answer.

Dublin 2, Dublin
Loam Restaurant, Galway
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Enda McEvoy is one of the quiet gentlemen of Irish food. Not for him the ranting and raving, or crashing pots and pans around. Enda goes about his business in a calm, considered manner. But don’t be fooled by his cool exterior. The humbleness of his gentle personality belies a chef with a will of iron, who really knows what he wants in his kitchen.

Galway, Galway
Bodega Waterford Joins Good Food Ireland
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Bodegas' popularity has grown through a menu of local and Irish produce, served in a family friendly relaxed environment.

Waterford, Waterford
Outside the Dew Drop Gastropub
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The Dew Drop Gastropub is home to Irish produce, cooked to the highest standard and presented beautifully in cosy surrounds.

Kill, Kildare
The Inside Stain Glass View in The Church Restaurant Cork
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Exquisite cooking skills and a wealth of local produce shine from each plate at The Church Restaurant in Skibbereen, Cork.

Skibbereen, Cork
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Eileen Dunne and Stefano Crescenzi are a dynamic duo on the Dublin Restaurant scene. The pair met when they were both working for the UN in Italy, she on the International Fund for Agricultural Development, and he as an economist specialising in International Co-Operation and Development.

Dublin
The Tavern Bar & Restaurant, Murrisk, Co. Mayo
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Relax in this cosy bar while you enjoy a meal prepared by Chef/Proprietor Myles of Brien.

Westport, Mayo