Thursday, October 2, 2008

Lunch and Dinner in Ireland

When in Ireland, you tend to eat a lot of pub grub. I would equate this to the affordable food options that we have here in America. Its usually pretty simple food - stews, fish and chips, chowder, grilled sandwiches. After spending 12 days in Ireland, we got a bit sick of meat and potatoes so we ventured out to try some other cuisines - Thai, Indian, Italian. I wouldn't say that we loved Irish food as it seemed a bit bland, but we did enjoy trying the many variety at pubs and restaurants across the country. We did have some of the best thai food we have ever had in a little town called Kinsale. It was so hot, it really made me sweat! I can't even get them to make it that hot in California!


Fish Chowder and Soda Bread


Burger and Chips


Fish and Chips


Spicy Seafood Pasta


Bangers and Mash


Beer!


Beef and Guinness Stew


Fish and Chips


Pizza


BLT


Fish Chowder and Brown Bread


Meat Lasagna (sorry its dark)


Hot Irish Smoked Salmon


Bagel


Chocolate Cake with Baileys Irish Cream Ice Cream


Panang Curry


Pad See Me


Fajita Wrap with Chips


Fish and Chips


Grilled Ham and Cheese


Fajita and Salad (sorry its dark)


Chowder (sorry its dark)


Chimichanga


Fajitas


Real Fish and Chips

3 comments:

Alison 'n Brandyn said...

YUM!!! Awww... the beer!! We had a lot of "country vegetable" soup! And Italian when we got tired of all the pub food. We did NOT find a good Mexican rest. though - looks like you faired very well though!

Katy said...

Thank you so much for the pictures. My husband and I will be heading to Ireland in a month. Rosebud sent me over here to check things out. I hope you'll be doing some recaps as well.

james cunning said...

I like fish with chips a lot. Fried foods are my favorite. Fish with chips is my favorite takeaway item. I also like this one and told mother to make this at home also. http://freakinfood.com/ is also a great portal.