Irish Food & What to Eat in Ireland – Visit Ireland

Potatoes, Lamb & Shepard’s Pie are probably the three most common Irish foods that people think of, but visiting Ireland will be quite an amazing culinary …

36 thoughts on “Irish Food & What to Eat in Ireland – Visit Ireland

  1. samuski36 says:

    Chips are NOT part of a traditional Irish breakfast…why do people do this? And if it's made with beef, it's "Cottage pie", not Shepard's pie. How can ya get that one wrong when it's right there in the name…Shepard's pie…ie: Sheep! Lamb!

  2. Mark James says:

    I spent most of my life (so far) in Ireland but I struggle to answer when people ask what is traditional Irish food; I usually can think of only potatoes, irish stew, bacon and cabbage – mostly bland stuff….I'm not aware of much else that is UNIQUELY Irish

  3. sakamuras s says:

    i went to ireland for a couple of days, and honestly, i don't think i interacted with anyone who was actually irish. the airport staff, taxi drivers, hotel staff, restaurant waiters/waitresses, shopkeepers, cashiers – all appeared to be either east european or middle eastern. food was -meh. but i'm not a big fan of fish or lamb. was a very odd experience, but perhaps i should have carried along me lucky charms.

  4. Larry Cook says:

    The only thing that shocked us that restaurants don't know what ice tea is. We found that in every place we ate for 12 days. They asked what it was a d made me some in a couple of places.

  5. lockergr says:

    The smell alone from the whiskey tour place put me off. I'll happily kick it in the local park while the fellow peeps tour the breweries and whiskey/bourbon distilleries. My father made beer in our basement when I was a child and I think living through that scarred me for life. :p

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