The colourful exterior of the Bulman bar in Kinsale, on Ireland’s southern coast, a small town that punches well above its weight in the culinary stakes. Pictures: Nicky Sullivan

The town that sparked Ireland’s culinary revolution, with fresh local produce and hardly a potato in sight

Forty years ago, Kinsale set out to change Ireland’s reputation for terrible cooking. Today, the proof is in the puddings and purées of the colourful harbour town’s vibrant Eat Street

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The colourful exterior of the Bulman bar in Kinsale, on Ireland’s southern coast, a small town that punches well above its weight in the culinary stakes. Pictures: Nicky Sullivan
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