Travelling French food festival comes to Dublin this summer

If indulging in French food is your guilty pleasure, then you will be happy to hear that there is a delectable French food festival due to come to Dublin this summer, and it has everyone excited.

Travelling French-food-festival comes to Dublin this summer.

Not many things in life are as great as good food, good weather, and a lovely group of like-minded folks, which will be in store with this summer’s French food festival in Ireland.

The Normandy Food Festival, backed by the Normandy Tourism Board, aims to showcase the best food and drink from the region and is due to arrive in Dublin in early June.

Food glorious food – travelling French food festival comes to Dublin this summer

Travelling French-food-festival comes to Dublin and further south this summer.
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There is nothing the Irish love more than trying new foods, just look at the array of international eateries around the country, and this summer, the nation is welcoming The Normandy Food Festival to its capital.

The festival will kick off at St. Patrick’s Park in Dublin on Saturday, 3 June, and visitors can expect a host of mouthwatering French delicacies.

Foodies can look forward to trying the region’s finest foods, such as Normandy beef and creamy camembert on a soft bun, traditional French crêpes, which we all love, and French pastries such as sweet fresh brioches topped with Normandy delicacies.

Visitors will enjoy browsing the Normandy food trucks, which will offer delicious tasting and introductions to foods you might not have had the chance to try before

Plus, a tasting for those with a sweet tooth will also be on offer with Cara-Meuh, La Maison Du Biscuit cakes, Jeannette Madeleines, and Caramel De Pommes Dieppois. But that’s not all!

It is a festival not to be missed – more than just delicious French food

This is one festival not to be missed.
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If you were already excited that a travelling French food festival is coming to Dublin this summer, you would be even more overjoyed to know that there is more on offer than tantalising treats.

Craft brew connoisseurs will love trying the traditional apple brandy brews and authentic Normandy cocktails. Cider lovers will be delighted to try out the cider-tasting experience at Cidrerie de la Brique.

If that wasn’t enough, the French Food Festival would travel to Dublin, Wexford and Waterford to build the historic Norman connections in Ireland. It will also showcase music to Irish audiences to add to the fantastic atmosphere.

Visitors will have plenty of opportunities to try a range of French cheeses such as Camembert, Neufchatel and Isigny Mimolette, which was awarded the best cheese in the world this year.

The summer looks delicious with this French food festival lineup, so check out the details below so you don’t miss a thing.

The details – how to plan your visit

St. Patrick's Park in Dublin.

The family-friendly festival is a great free event at St. Patrick’s Park in Dublin next month.

For those further down the east coast, the Normandy Food Festival will travel to Cathedral Square in Waterford and New Ross Quayside in Wexford to continue the food festivities.

More information about individual food and drink vendors and general festival information is available via the Normandy Tourism Website.

Dates & locations:

3 June – St. Patrick’s Park, Dublin, 12 pm – 7 pm

4 June – Cathedral Square, Waterford, 12 pm – 7 pm

5 June –New Ross Quayside, Wexford, 11 am – 6 pm

This is one food, drinks and music festival you cannot overlook this summer on the east coast. Find out more info here.

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