EAT & DRINK

What I ate in Ireland

Irish food has surprised me and here is a selection of best food I ate during my time exploring Ireland. If you happen to pass any of these great restaurants, I would urge you to stop and EAT!

Drink

Guinness

I had to start with this and you have to drink Guinness in Gravity bar on their storehouse top floor! It’s a must!

The Happy Pear

Buddha Bowl

I ate this delicious lunch in the Vegan restaurant in Greystones

SeafoodChowder

Mulranny Park Hotel

Absolutely delicious! I could have this for lunch all day every day!

Cian’s

Cian’s is located in the small town of Westport. When you are in Ireland you have to try their fresh sea food. These scallops were sweeter than any dessert I have eaten.

Scallops

This restaurant was so good it deserves two mentions! Go there if you are in the town of Westport!

Cian’s’

Mussels

Gin

Loch Measc

I love to try local gin if I can find any! This one had an unusually lemony flavour. The chef had made a gin and tonic sorbet that will haunt me for rest of my life. So so good!

Glen Keen Farm

Quiche

Everything tastes so much better when it’s fresh and from farm to table! This might look simple but every bite was crumcious!

Talbot hotel bar

Dare you to find crab claws bigger or more juicer than these!

Crab claws

Whisky

Writers tears

You can’t go to Ireland and not try some whisky! It had a fun name so I had to try it!

Delphi Resort

Can you guess that starters are my favourite part! This goat cheese tart left me begging for more! Every bite was heaven!

Goat cheese tart

Lamb

Everetts

Set in the remains of the 15th century John Collyn House, Everett’s combines fabulous, modern Irish cooking with historic atmospheric surroundings. I want to go back to have the same meal again!

Strawberry Tree Restaurant

Ireland’s only certified organic restaurant didn’t disappoint at all!

Steak

Knockdrina

You might think it’s a bold statement but it was the best chicken pie I have ever had!

Chicken Pie

Of course you have to give the hot toddy a go when in Ireland!

Ginger and Wild cafe

After a walk in Ballycroy national park you will need this sweet treat! Bonus point: no need to calorie count!

Rhubarb cheesecake

Zuni

Felt so wrong but so right eating this work of art. I took 1000 photos to remember how it looked forever!

Chocolate tort

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