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Taste of Dublin 2019 is returning to the Iveagh Gardens this June 13th – 16th and will be celebrating the revolution of the Irish menu!
Championing the chefs that are taking culinary risks, fusing Irish and international cuisine, creating revolutionary Irish menus, offering foodies wonderful, eclectic dining experiences. This year at Taste of Dublin 2019, experience and youth meet as the masters and the next generation of Irish chefs champion the revolution!
This coming Sunday 16th of June is Father’s Day and for the perfect family afternoon, why not treat Dad to a day enjoying the best food and drink Dublin has to offer. For future chefs, there are kid focused cooking demos that parents and children can enjoy together. Enjoy an idyllic Sunday with a focus on quality family time in a beautiful setting with range of interactive games and delicious treats for the whole family! There will be children’s entertainment on the Saturday & Sunday afternoon in association with Keoghs Crisps with lawn game & giveaways.
This year Taste of Dublin is delighted to announce that Australian TV Celebrity Chef and My Kitchen Rules Australia judge, the Irish Chef Colin Fassnidge will be making a guest Chef appearance and hosting an exclusive cooking demo at the NEFF Taste Kitchen. Chef Colin is a household name in Australia and his direct manner has earned him quite the following!
From fine dining to easy street food, taste the signature dishes of the best dining venues that Dublin and surrounds has to offer including Hang Dai, Arisu, Opium, Gralinn, Lil Portie, Bowls by Kwanghi, Adrian’s Manor, Vietnom, Shaka Poke, Nutbutter, Jaru, San Lorenzo’s, Pickle, Jaipur, King Sitric, Pleesecakes, The Exchequer and The Porthouse!
New for 2019!
There will be no Florins at Taste of Dublin 2019! Mastercard have partnered with Taste of Dublin 2019 to provide contactless payments for attendees who can use their chip and pin cards, throughout the festival.
It’s worth noting that the restaurants and bars do not accept cash, but exhibitors in the market do. All restaurant dishes at Taste of Dublin will be priced at €5 which means guests can maximise on the sensational food and drink offerings from the Taste of Dublin eateries.
To find out more about Taste of Dublin 2019, visit or follow Taste of Dublin on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.
Tickets from €15 (booking fee not included).
To be in with a chance of winning a family pass ticket to the festival, simply answer the below question correctly

What outdoor venue is Taste held in Dublin?