Slow Food Ambassador Paula McIntyre to host ‘Slow Food Lunch’ Event

Northern Ireland has a unique culinary heritage with indigenous breads, fish from loughs, world class produce and progressive artisans contributing to the agri-food sector in the province.

Slow Food NI‘s aim is to work closely with farming and community groups to raise awareness of the global movement and increase membership. Its focus is to target schools and Further Education colleges directly to encourage young people to join.
It also wishes to raise awareness and funds for the 10,000 Gardens in Africa charity and to address food poverty and food waste issues.

Following on from previous success, Slow Food NI is excited to announce an upcoming special event with Paula McIntyre at the Europa Hotel, Belfast.
Chef, broadcaster and food writer Paula McIntyre, is Northern Ireland Director of Slow Food UK and coordinator of the Slow Food Chef Alliance in Northern Ireland.

‘Slow Food Lunch’ will be hosted in the Piano Restaurant of Belfast’s city centre Europa Hotel on Sunday 21st May at 1pm.
The event will showcase Ulster and Italian ingredients cooked by Paula and the Europa Chefs in association with Pizzolato Wines and Bianca & Mora, London.

Tickets: £60 (includes drink reception and membership to Slow Food NI for the year)
(£45 for Slow Food NI members)

All proceeds will go to Slow Food NI and Slow Food 10,000 Gardens in Africa charities. Please note this is a ticket only event.

Contact Paula McIntyre on for tickets.