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NI's finest food on offer at Summer Garden Party

NI Year of Food and Drink

Posted by Tourism NI

Published September 6, 2016


Fiona Cunningham, ROI Marketing Manager for Tourism Northern Ireland with Naomi Waite, Director of Marketing Tourism Northern Ireland are pictured with Simon Dougan from Yellow Door (Co. Armagh) who is providing more than 1400 high profile guests some of the finest foods that Northern Ireland has to offer at the British Embassy Summer Garden Party tonight at the Ambassador’s residence in Glencairn, Sandyford.

NI's finest food on offer at Summer Garden Party

The feast will be laid on by Tourism Northern Ireland for VIPs attending the prestigious annual event hosted by Chargé d’ Affaires, Mr Neil Holland. As a celebration of Northern Ireland’s Year of Food and Drink 2016, guests will sample a host of locally produced culinary delights including Portavogie Prawns, Glenarm Smoked Salmon, Comber Potatoes, Kilkeel Crab, Armagh Bramley Apples and Yellowman Fudge.

Fiona Cunningham, ROI Market Manager for Tourism Northern Ireland, said of the event: “This year’s British Embassy Summer party provided a fantastic opportunity for us to showcase some of the delicious food that is available in Northern Ireland.

“We are very proud of our home grown produce so it was lovely to give guests the chance to indulge in a range of delicious food that is unique to Northern Ireland and we hope it will encourage people to make the short journey north to enjoy the award winning restaurants and fayre for themselves,” she added.

Highlights of the evening included a celebration of Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th birthday, the 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare, wine tasting and music performed by Des Hopkins Dixieland Band and the Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland.

For more information on things to see and do in Northern Ireland and on the Northern Ireland Year of Food and Drink 2016 go to www.discovernorthernireland.com


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