Taste Of Dublin Launches 'Flavours Of The World' 2017 Festival
The annual Taste of Dublin festival is expected to attract about 32,000 people into Iveagh Gardens in June as it showcases the skills of over 30 chefs from across the country and beyond.
The theme of this year's event will be "Flavours of the World" in order to reflect how Irish residents have become "more outward looking" in recent years when it comes to their culinary preferences, reports newstalk.ie.
This means that attendees can look forward to finding a vast variety of foreign delicacies being served up by participating chefs and restaurants.
In addition to the international treats that will be on offer, the festival will also feature live cooking demonstrations from the likes of Kevin Dundon, Clodagh McKenna, Kwan Ghi Chan and Neven Maguire.
Taste of Dublin managing director, Avril Bannerton, assured those thinking about partaking in the festivities that, "As Always, all dishes will be of the very highest quality and we think everyone who attends this year will be in for a uniquely special experience"
Taste of Dublin will take place between 15-18 June and tickets are available via the event's official website now.