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World-class chefs aim to put tourism on menu

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
21st June, 2015
Chefs JP McMahon and Ross Lewis at Chapter One for the launch of the Food on the Edge symposiumPaul Sherwood

Ireland may not have chefs of the calibre of Ferran Adrià or René Redzepi, but it has produce good enough to draw food tourists from across the world, according to Ross Lewis of Chapter One.

Lewis, who has held a Michelin star since 2007, told guests at the launch of an international food symposium that will take place in Galway in October that it was “extremely important” to have such events held here....

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