Moville, Inishowen, Co. Donegal on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way

Chef Brian McDermott was delighted to invite his great friend and fellow celebrity chef; Neven Maguire to Inishowen to film his TV show – Nevens Irish Seafood Trails as he travels around Ireland in search of the finest and freshest seafood.

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Chef Brian & Neven at The Foyle Hotel

Neven at The Foyle

At Moville, chef Brian McDermott, cooks Neven a locally sourced pan-fried John Dory with a Green Vegetable Broth and Bacon using only the finest and freshest produce. Brian was delighted to welcome his good friend Neven to his home town of Moville. ‘‘It’s an honor to have someone with the caliber of Neven Maguire with us to showcase the produce of the region and what we do here at the Foyle Hotel. As one of the most natural chef-presenters it’s easy to see how Neven is one of Ireland’s best loved chefs. It was a privilege to show my good friend my home county of which I am so proud’’ exclaimed Brian.

Brian & Neven Cooking at The Foyle Hotel

Brian’s Seafood Dish: John Dory with a Green Vegetable Broth & Bacon

Sea Kayaking in Moville
Staying in Moville, Neven heads to Inish Adventures for a sea kayaking trip with instructor Adrian Harkin. This is his first attempt at sea kayaking, and after a slightly hair-raising capsize, Neven paddles out into the beautiful waters of Lough Foyle.

Neven experiences sea kayaking with Inish Adventures

Ireland’s Master Fish Monger
Neven stops in Greencastle where he meets Hal Dawson, Ireland's Master Fishmonger. Hal gives Neven some expert tips on fish filleting using locally caught fresh hake; from finding the right type of knife, to some simple and useful cuts.