Food Summit with Good Food Ireland has well and truly kicked off. It sees artisan Irish chefs and food producers coming together to offer the best of Ireland’s cuisine in Herbert Park.
Here are some of the vendors that you can choose from:
If you like your pizza to be made with proper handcrafted real pizza dough, topped with homemade tomato sauce and a selection of artisan charcuterie, you’d better check these guys out. You mightn’t be able to go back to your regular takeaway.
Cork-based chef Martin Shanahan is one of Ireland’s biggest names when it comes to seafood. He’s devised a special dish of grilled fillet of Irish organic salmon served in a crunchy sour dough bap with pickled white cabbage, tomato salsa and roasted red pepper dressing for Web Summit.
Make sure to sample Walsh’s Irish Reuben Blaa – it’s not just any old bread roll; it’s a bread roll with real heritage! Dating back to Huguenot times, this soft bread roll is a traditional food of Waterford and now has Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status.
This means it can’t be made anywhere else in the world, so take your chance at Web Summit.
This contemporary Indian restaurant in Greystones has been a firm local favourite in County Wicklow for years. Now they bring their authentic Indian curries to an international audience at Web Summit. Expect a tasting platter of chicken tikka, tikka masala sauce, aged basmati rice, and more.
To be part of this celebration of food, you can pick up a Food Summit ticket for €20 that gets you your main course and a drink.
You can buy food tokens using cash or debit/credit card in the following locations:
- Main Hall Complex (Town Square)
- Simmonscourt in the foyer area (Village Green)
- Registration Area
- Entrance to Food Summit in Herbert Park
Get on it.