Saturdays 11.00am at The Enniskillen Castle
About 1 Mile walk in +/- 3Hours
Wear comfortable footwear and clothing, an umbrella or rain garment is also recommended.
Discover the unique Island town of Enniskillen with a guided walking tour, stopping at various locations along the way to sample an indulgent mix of food and drink
Discover the unique Island town of Enniskillen with a guided walking tour, stopping at various locations along the way to sample an indulgent mix of food and drink. The Enniskillen Taste Experience showcases the culinary excellence that local businesses have to offer and will delight guests with a substantial and memorable experience. Guests will be presented with a unique array of tastes and nibbles along with a few alcoholic beverages, so It’s best to leave the car keys behind.
We are proud of our hometown and the variety of food is truly amazing. It really is a testament to the family run businesses that strive for perfection and customer satisfaction.
The tour starts at the Enniskillen Castle where guests are gently guided around the Island town meeting local producers and suppliers and learning a few foodie facts along the way.
There is no better way to start your Saturday off than getting the chance to sample Joe ‘the Baker’s’ Artisan sour dough and Pat Doherty’s famous black bacon in the ultimate breakfast bacon butty. To follow, Alan and his ‘Happiness Trap’ team indulge guests in a vegetarian banquet that has a mix of both mouth-watering savoury and sweet delights.
The ‘Firehouse’ provides the setting for a taste of the award winning local Boatyard gin, and Gavin and his staff pair the Juniper led gin beautifully with some pork belly and garlic flat breads.
‘Tickety Moo’ Ice cream rich with milk from Jersey cows is the perfect sorbet before guests stroll through the streets of Enniskillen towards the Buttermarket. An epicentre for local art, craft and design, it’s the perfect area to sample Sharon’s mouth-watering scones.
A visit to Enniskillen wouldn’t be complete without entering the Victorian world of Blake’s of the Hollow. A listed pub dating back to 1887 worthy of its international status, steeped in history and the perfect venue to taste the local Innishmacsaint craft beer, along with some of Shane Stewart’s award winning sausages. Guests even get a chance to inspect one of the famous Game of Throne doors. https://discovernorthernireland.com/things-to-do/attractions/game-of-thrones/journey-of-doors/
With a quick stop at the Jolly Sandwich, Hazel has time to hand out a little treat to take home, and guests have a minute to ponder the sumptuous foods they have already been offered.
The tour finishes on a high with some bubbles at the fantastic 28 Darling Street where head chef and owner Glen along with his wife Zara produce beautiful food. Glen has worked in several top Michelin starred restaurants including Gordon Ramsey’s Royal Hospital Road in London, ‘The Vineyard’ in Berkshire and once voted the best restaurant in the world NOMA in Copenhagen. He has recently been selected to appear on the hit TV show ‘The Great British Menu’. Guests get a chance to sample gourmet cuisine rarely found on a food tours, but this tour does!
The tour finishes with guests getting the chance to make new friends on a truly memorable food experience around the island town of Enniskillen.
We also offer the opportunity for guests to book a private bespoke tour. Simply inform us of your needs and we will create a memorable experience. We work closely with the businesses to provide the best culinary experience, so if you have specific dietary requirements just let us know and we will pull out all the stops to ensure a perfect day for all our guests.