Saturday April 4, 2020

Food Special: Tour de force of food in Dublin

A Dublin hotel's two-hour tour of the city's culinary hotspots is a treat not just for the tastebuds, but for the rest of the senses too, writes Gillian Nelis.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
2nd June, 2012
Stevie Cunningham, manager, Paris Bakery, Moore Street, and Matt Fuller, head chef at Citron restaurant in the Fitzwilliam Hotel. Photo: Tony O'Shea

Five mornings a week, I race through St Stephen's Green on the way to my office on Harcourt Street, barely registering my surroundings in my haste to get to my desk on time. This morning, however, things are a little different.

I'm sitting on the balcony of my room at the Fitzwilliam Hotel, drinking coffee and watching commuters spilling off the Luas. The sun is shining, I can see the ducks swimming in the lake...

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