There are no words to be searched for – Fabulous sums it up perfectly and the photographs here will hopefully speak for themselves. Our relaxed and friendly guide Alice of Fabulous Food Trails, gathered her brood together at The English Market last Saturday morning and we set of on a casually meandering food trail of central Cork City looping back around via the English Market once more and finishing up on the doorstep of the too oft overlooked Saturday market at the Coal Quay. Generous tastings were provided by the kind hosts who regaled and entertained us at our various stop off points. I was delighted that new(ish) to me House Cafe at the Opera House was included as it has very quickly become my favourite Cork City lunch spot and it’s on my list of must trys for dinner before a show.
For further information re booking a spot on a Fabulous Food Trail click on this link – Fabulous Food Trails
I hope you enjoy these snapshots & teasers from my 2 and a half hour food trail of Cork City last weekend. Highly recommend.
Irish Author - Dubut romantic fiction novel 'Good Enough' published in 2021.
'Enjoy' published by Mercier Press in 2016 .'Gimme the Recipe' published in 2012. Work in admin of our Food Safety Consultancy business - Industrial Management Systems with my husband Denis.
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6 thoughts on “Fabulous Food Trails Cork”
Sheila! What a gorgeous review, really glad you liked it. Thanks for coming along, and thanks for spreading the word too. Alice
Truly great morning out, thanks Alice. 🙂
I just visited your lovely country last month and fell in love with the scenery, the people, and the food! Cork was on our original itinerary but we dropped it after discovering that the driving was going to be slower going than we had anticipated. I won’t let that happen on the next trip and will add this tour to my must-do list!
Thanks for your comment Candy and yes you will definitely have to stop off in Cork next time round. 🙂
Sheila – never knew such a trail existed.. Adding it to my bucket list
Delighted that you’ve found it via Gimme the Recipe Liz. Great escape from the norm. Enjoy 🙂 Sheila