The Burren Slow Food festival begins in Inis Oírr this year. We are big fans of the slow food movement. Its philosophy of Good, Clean and Fair food complements our belief in sustainable low impact tourism. This festival is organised by Slow Food Clare which has peen promoting local and traditional food for 15 years.
The festival kicks off with a seafood supper in Tigh Ned on Friday 10th May. This is a great endorsement of the quality local fare that they have been serving in Tigh Ned for a number of years. Their crab salad and fish battered in the craft beer Inis Beer are so sought after you may need to book ahead!
Indeed the foodie culture in Inis Oírr has been steadily establishing itself for several years now. Teach an Tae serves homegrown produce and was included in the Top 100 Places To Eat in Ireland by the Irish Times in 2017 & 2018.
With an ever increasing number of quality food options there is even more reason to visit us in Inis Oírr!