Northern Ireland is full of striking landscapes and rich farmland. Its people are no less unique: hospitable, laid-back, the perfect hosts. What’s more, Belfast and the Causeway Coastal Route were voted Best in Travel 2018 by Lonely Planet.
But Northern Ireland is more than just stunning scenery and friendly faces: its gastronomy ranges from whiskey to balsamic vinegar, seafood to gin, and its producers have a passion for the tradition which creates it, while adding a twenty-first-century twist. Londoners have encountered this first-hand with chef Niall Ferguson’s celebrated Nuala restaurant and bar, which showcases Northern Ireland’s reimagining of its culinary heritage.
However, to experience these delicacies, you can’t beat a visit in person – here are some of the outstanding areas, and a taste of the food and drink they produce.
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