The best way to explore the city is - without exception - by signing up for Dublin’s Fab Food Trails. A stunning introduction not only to Irish cuisine but to the city itself
— Paul Frommer's Ireland

Enjoy wonderful food and a cultural experience on our multi-award winning walks run by locals and led by locals.

We keep the groups small, 12/14 max. And we can do private walks any day of the week except Sundays, just contact us directly. Our guides are all local, experienced and know their city as well as their food. We can cater for dietary requirements, just let us know in advance.

Those familiar with the city will be amazed to discover food outlets and tasty surprises they never knew existed while visitors will leave with insider knowledge of the best of what is happening in Ireland's food scene. Join us, taste the food and hear the stories!

A food tour is a good way to begin my weekend of eating and get my bearings...
My guide, Alice from Fab Food Trails, meets me at the English Market to talk through its history and give me an introduction to the best coffee shops, tiny delis, even a smoke house, along 17th-century alleyways.
— Laura Whateley, The Times of London
...many are well-known food critics — have hundreds of years of experience between them and are only too happy to open up their little black books on Dublin’s artisanal food scene.
— The Irish Independent - The Dublin Bucket List: 30 things to do in the city before you die #3
With so much factory-farm produce on our supermarket shelves, it’s so good to taste real food again… The guides are informed, well trained, funny and know their business. Each time I go on a trail I say: ‘I never knew this place was here.
— Voted No. 3 in the Independent Travel Awards - Six of The Best Food Experiences in Ireland 2018