Bill Lind from the USA recently attending one of our tours. He made the following comments:
“Well, we got back home safely albeit about 10 pounds heavier (thanks to you). The places you took us to were brilliant and greatly enjoyed. You obviously have put a ton of thought into how to present Northern Ireland’s food scene in an extremely positive light. Not knowing what to expect I think that everyone was pleasantly surprised with all of the terrific offerings that you put together – from manor homes to chef homes to distilleries to waterside shacks to French cuisine to lovely pubs to your own home (and delightful Fred).
Look forward to the chance to try to get a few of our clients to consider Northern Ireland for trips in 2017. I know they’ll have as wonderful a time with your delightful destination as I did. Really appreciate all that you did for us and will always remember your fantastic hospitality.
Stay well. Talk soon.”
Peter Burke recently attended the Co Down Food Tour and gave us the following feedback:
“I found the Co Down Food Tour most enjoyable. Our first stop off where we were shown the traditional way to make soda bread was very informative as I don’t cook at home and was asked if I would be a volunteer to make soda bread.I can’t see myself being on TV with Paul Holywood but one can dream!! I was pleased to arrive home with some soda bread which I had made.
Learning about cheese making and locally produced beers was very interesting at Neill Wines Groomsport. Our final destination was Pier 36 where we had an excellent lunch – Seafood Chowder followed by Finnebrogue Venison.
Anyone thinking of going on a Food Tour will not be disappointed and remember there is no walking involved unless you are fit and wait until the next day to go and walk to take off those extra pounds put on over lunch.”