Food In Ireland

Here are some of the foods visitors in Ireland can enjoy, courtesy of Failte Ireland website:

Breakfast

All egg types, bacon, pork sausage, pudding, tomato, beans, fried potato, white and brown toast, cereals, kippers, mackerel, juice, potato cake, mushrooms, and yoghurts.

Lunch

Soups, chowder, sandwiches, wraps. Irish full hearty main courses e.g. bacon and cabbage.

Starters

Soup, chowder, salads, smoked fish, shellfish, cheese tartlets, savoury pies, potato skins, terrines, scotch egg, crubeens, and potato cakes.

Main courses

Fresh fish and chips, seafood pie, shepherd’s pie, hot pot’s, steak and kidney dishes, liver and bacon, local fresh vegetables, and a variety of potato dishes.

Desserts

Rice pudding, crumbles and custard, bread and butter pudding, pavlova, set cheesecake, chocolate mousse, and lemon meringue pie.

All three of our properties are close to great restaurants and have superb access to fresh, high quality Irish foods.

1 The Cable StationRing of Kerry is close to several local restaurants.

Front of 1 The Cable Station

Front of 1 The Cable Station

Anchor HavenWest Cork is two minutes walk from the centre of Crookhaven, which has three pubs/bars serving local seafood, and it is possible to buy fresh lobsters, fish and crab etc from the local fishermen on the pier.

Open plan kitchen, sitting and dining areas

Open plan kitchen, sitting and dining areas

Derrynane Lodge, Ring of Kerry. Popular local restaurants located on the Ring are The Smugglers and Dooleys in Waterville, The Moorings of Portmagee, O’Neills The Point and Q C’s in Cahirciveen to name but a few.

Sitting room with French doors to front terrace.

Sitting room with French doors to front terrace.

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