The four-day run showcases the best of Dublin’s culinary scene including top restaurants, artisan producers, home-grown and international chefs.
And “due to popular demand” Taste of Dublin launches an extra session at 12pm on Thursday 11th June.
Clodagh McKenna, Edward Hayden, Kevin Dundon, Mark Moriarty, Michel Roux Jr, Monica Galetti, Neven Maguire, Paul Flynn, Paul Kelly, Rachel Allen, Richard Corrigan, Ross Lewis and Sunil Ghai feature among this year’s talented chefs.
Restaurants at the event include Brioche, Diep Le Shaker, East Side Tavern, Jaipur, Pichet, Rock Lobster and The Chop House.
Features returning to the festival include the Electrolux Secret Ingredient, Chef’s Secrets and Taste Theatre demonstrations as well as the Chapter One Dessert bar, Taste of Thailand, O’Briens Wine Experience and Aldi – the exclusive retailer partner to Taste of Dublin.
New features include the Sony Japanese Dining Experience, Skillery by the National Dairy Council, Station Works Brewery and Rioja Tapas Fantastica, with more to be announced.
Tickets to “Dublin’s hottest Summer social event” can be purchased from April 2015 via Tasteofdublin.ie.