“a revelation – a wonderful tour that will transform your perception of Belfast”
– Sheila Dillon, Good Food Programme (Radio 4)
A walking tour with a difference: on Belfast Bred you’ll discover the city’s fascinating culinary history in the company of Barney, a chef from RMS Titanic – and you’ll sample some great Belfast food along the way.
Defrosted after 99 years frozen in an iceberg, Barney has just two and a half hours to search contemporary Belfast for the finest ingredients to recreate the famous ship’s launch menu. If successful, Barney will cook the Titanic Centenary Dinner in 2012.
Written by Seth Linder, performed by Michael Lavery and directed by Kabosh’s Paula McFetridge, Belfast Bred introduces you to the very best of local produce. You’ll also get the chance to chat with local chefs, and taste Belfast’s culinary heritage.
So join Barney as he recounts the stories of the Edwardian city he knew and discover the world-class food and drink available throughout modern Belfast.
This mouth-watering dramatic tour includes free samples at each location:
1.Gourmet delights at the century-old Sawers Deli, established 1897
2.Northern Ireland’s celebrated seafood at the Mourne Seafood Bar
3.Superb artisan beers at the atmospheric John Hewitt Public House
4.Delicious Irish cheeses in Cathedral Quarter institution Nick’s Warehouse
5.Sizzling Hot Rock Steaks at the 300 year old McHugh’s Bar
Finish up at St. George’s Market, one of the finest food markets in the UK or Ireland, first opened when Barney was a boy!
Departs Sawers Deli, College Street, 10.15am, finishing St. George’s Market 12.45pm.
Every Friday and Saturday from Friday 24th June 2011 to Saturday 3rd September 2011.
£20pp including all samples
Limited numbers so book early!
Adddress: Belfast Welcome Centre, 47 Donegall Place, BT1 5AD
t:+44 (0)28 9024 6609
For more information contact Fionnuala Kennedy at Kabosh on
t: 028 9024 3343