Niall Sabongi

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Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Cooking over fire adds something special, not just to chunks of meat, but to fish and vegetables too. Ian Marconi, who started his career as a chef at(...)

Chef and restaurateur Niall Sabongi with members of the Irish Times Food & Drink Club  at the Meet The Chef event at The Seafood Cafe in Temple Bar.  Photographs: Nick Bradshaw

They were the fastest selling seats in town when the Irish Times Food & Drink Club held its first Meet The Chef event at The Seafood Café in Dubli(...)

Nisea Doddy, chief sommelier at the Shelbourne hotel, welcoming the Irish Times group to a demonstration of sabrage

On a bright sunny morning in mid-November a group of food lovers gathered outside Chapter One, the Michelin starred-restaurant on Parnell Square, for (...)

St Andrews Church, the former headquarters of Dublin Tourism, will be home to a new food market with 15 outlets serving up to 400 diners.

A Continental style food hall, with 15 outlets serving up to 400 diners, is to open in Dublin city centre next summer, following a €6 million fit-out (...)

Hotel of the year:  Adare Manor, Adare, Co Limerick

Adare Manor has been hailed as the best hotel in Ireland while the Strawberry Tree at Brooklodge has won the gong for best restaurant at the 2019 Geor(...)

Time to pick your favourites and write your  timetable. Photograph: Ruth Medjber

We’re back with even more stage times for Electric Picnic 2018. The festival takes place this weekend, from Friday, August 31st, until Sunday, Septemb(...)

Theatre of Food at Electric Picnic. Photograph: Ruth Medjber

Theatre of Food celebrates its 10th anniversary at Electric Picnic with an expanded programme of events and the addition of two new stages, a Drinks T(...)

The group visits the Pepper Pot cafe in the Powerscourt Centre in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

“We thought Irish food was just potatoes, and bangers and mash, not really flavourful, but it has been very flavourful.” Stacey Handwerker is visiting(...)

In Scotland they have the intelligence to allow hand-diving for scallops. Photograph: Getty

A year ago I wrote a column on hand-dived Irish scallops in this magazine, arguing that not only is it illegal to dive for them, it is also not possib(...)

Botanic House in Glasnevin, which reopens today. Photograph: Paul Sherwood

The Dublin dining scene is gaining further momentum, with two additions this week with the launch on Thursday of a new 125-seat re(...)

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