Delicious Dublin Food Tours
Saturday, 3 December 2016 from 10:45 to 14:15
This isn’t your typical food tour! Your guide won't treat you as ‘a customer’ but as a friend. She will show you some of her favourite spots as well as telling you about Irish food history and the current food scene and trends. You won't eat a typical Dublin coddle or visit touristy pubs, we leave that to others! You will spend over three hours wandering the streets of Dublin, stopping at cafés and food shops for talks and tastings. So if you want you to have an 'off the beaten track' and personable experience, then this is the tour for you.
- Every Saturday 10.45 am
- Meeting point: city centre location (emailed 2 days before the tour)
- Duration: approx 3 hours 30min
- Distance: 3km
- Minimum group size: 6
- Maximum group size:12
- Price: €45 (€48.45 after booking fee) per person / no children discount
- Weather condition: rain or shine
- Standing (we don’t sit at any of the locations)
- Vegetarian friendly (but please email us in advance if you have any specific intolerances/diets)
- What you should bring: a bottle of water, comfortable shoes
What’s included ?
- A friendly, knowledgeable guide who loves meeting food lovers
- Talks by passionate food professionals at various stops
- An introduction to Irish Food History
- Eight tastings (you will leave us full)
- The best Dublin food tips (not only the places we visit)
- A little 'Thank you' gift
- An email summary of the tour
Ketty Quigley is originally from the Loire Valley in France. Ketty studied Tourism management before moving to Dublin in 2004 where she worked in the travel industry for over 8 years, before starting her own food tour business in 2013. Ketty is a graduate of Ballymaloe Cookery School and the author of the multi-award winning food blog ‘French Foodie in Dublin’. As a prominent blogger and passionate food lover she is always in the loop when it comes to Dublin’s food scene. In 2016 Ketty was chosen as an Irish food champion by Fáilte Ireland (Ireland’s National Tourism Development Authority).
How do I book a tour?
Full payment is required in advance and can be purchased through www.deliciousdublintours.com. We use the third party website Eventbrite to process the tickets. Once you have paid you will receive an booking confirmation by email.
Unfortunately we do not accept payment in cash on the day.
Is the tour guaranteed to run?
We require a minimum number of bookings to run our tours. In case of insufficient numbers your booking will be cancelled 72 hours before and will be refunded to the original form of payment
Is it possible to cancel my booking once it is purchased?
Cancellations made by email more than 10 days before the tour will be refunded in full. No refunds can be made after the 10 day period, although you can transfer your ticket to someone else if you would like.
No shows will not be refunded or allowed to book an alternative date.
Where is the meeting point?
You will receive an email from Delicious Dublin Tours before the day of the tour with the meeting point. It will be in Dublin city centre.
What happens if I arrive late?
The tours will start at the specified time and we cannot wait for late arrivals. You will be given your guide’s phone number and are more than welcome to catch up, however no refund will be given for missed tastings.
Do you cater vegetarians/ people with food allergies/specific diets?
We will do our best to accommodate your needs, please let us know in advance by email.
How many people are on the tours?
We run tours for a minimum of 6 people and a maximum of 12.
What should I wear?
Comfortable shoes, bring rain gear or/and sunglasses. It’s Ireland so you never know what the weather is going to be like!
Do you run tours if the weather is bad?
We operate the tours, rain or shine.
Can I book a private tour for a group?
You certainly can, email us with the date and number of people and we will provide you with a quote.
Still haven’t found the answer you’re looking for? Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.