I have to admit, I’m still a bit in shock that I’ve got this far.
This is the second article I’ve written about this topic, and the first one was a little bit more on the simple fact that Irish restaurants are generally good value for money.
But for the sake of the conversation, let’s start with the good news: Ireland has a very diverse restaurant scene, with over 30,000 restaurants.
There are about 5,000 unique restaurants, meaning there are more than half a million different restaurants in the country.
So, there’s a lot of competition for the same types of dishes and the same menu items.
As such, I think it’s safe to say that Irish cuisine has a lot going for it.
I think that when you visit a restaurant, you can get the most out of it.
Here are some things that Irish food can offer: Delicious food – Irish food is generally well-balanced, with a decent amount of flavour.
It’s a classic Irish recipe: eggs yolks, butter, salt and sugar.
This can be combined with some herbs, and it can be served as a main course or served as an appetiser or dessert.
It’s a very versatile food to be served in a variety of ways.
You can get a quick lunch from a simple, quick-cooked egg sandwich with some fruit on top, or try one of the dishes I’ve described for lunch here.
A full meal can also be served on the weekend, and that’s where Irish food shines.
Healthy foods – The Irish food scene is full of healthy options, and they’re all very cheap.
You’ll find some good options on offer at local shops, as well as a few good health foods, including a wide variety of fruits and vegetables.
You also won’t find a lot in the supermarkets that you would find in the US, but there’s plenty of good Irish food options.
Sustainable food – The food that we eat in Ireland is also made from local ingredients.
There’s a huge range of local produce, and all of these ingredients are used in the preparation of many of the food items that we consume.
So it’s no surprise that it’s very healthy food to eat too.
Poultry – There’s no doubt that Irish chicken is the best chicken you can buy in Ireland, and this is one of my favourite Irish dishes to serve.
It can be a simple dish that’s served with mashed potatoes, or it can get fancy with the addition of a side of rice and potatoes.
I’ll be sharing a chicken recipe that I made for my friends and family.
Lunch – I’ve mentioned that Irish lunch is a good option for anyone who is in the mood for something quick and simple, and I’m really glad to have this option for my family.
A large portion of my lunch today was made up of a salad made with fresh ingredients, and fresh fruit and vegetables, so I thought it was a good way to break up the meal.
Desserts – You don’t have to go crazy with your Irish desserts, but the options are limitless.
I also love the idea of having dessert with a side to have something to eat with.
Breakfast – For breakfast, it’s a good idea to try a cup of coffee or a cappuccino, which is really great for those who are on a low calorie diet.
You could also have a coffee to go, or a small chocolate bar to enjoy on a cold day.
Snacks – Snacks are one of those things that are really good value when it comes to eating in Ireland.
Most of the snacks in the food chain are made from healthy, local ingredients, with delicious flavours.
For breakfast I made a banana muffin, which tasted fantastic.
Coffee – You can find good quality coffee in Irish restaurants, but I don’t think it really compares to coffee in the UK, where Starbucks is often the most popular place to go for a cup.
There isn’t a lot that I can recommend you on coffee in Ireland that I haven’t already tried myself, but it’s worth looking at different brands and finding out what’s available.
Drink – It’s always nice to have a drink with a meal.
I usually try a glass of wine, or have a shot of vodka.
I’m also a huge fan of a cup and half of milk with a glass or two of fruit and some fresh fruit, and a slice of lemon.
And finally, a little of every meal can be eaten on a table, if you want to enjoy the meal alone.
There’s a great amount of variety in Irish food.
The variety is really well-established, so if you are keen to try something different, there are a lot more options available than you might think.