Places to Eat in Ireland

Ireland has a rich culinary tradition, with a variety of delicious options to choose from, whether you're in the mood for traditional Irish fare or international cuisine.

If you're looking to try some traditional Irish dishes, you might start with:

    Irish stew: A hearty stew made with lamb, potatoes, and vegetables.
    Colcannon: A dish made from mashed potatoes mixed with kale or cabbage.
    Boxty: A traditional Irish potato pancake.
    Irish soda bread: A type of bread made with flour, baking soda, and buttermilk.
    Coddle: A dish made from sausage, bacon, and potatoes.
    Seafood chowder: A creamy soup made with fish and shellfish.
    Irish breakfast: A hearty meal consisting of bacon, eggs, sausages, black pudding, and grilled tomatoes.

If you want to experience some more gourmet options, then you might check out some of the restaurants that have Michelin stars, such as:

    Patrick Guilbaud: in Dublin
    Kai: in Galway
    Eipic: in Belfast

Additionally, you can find a variety of international cuisine in Ireland, such as:

    Italian: with a variety of pasta and pizza options
    Indian: with a good selection of curries and tandoori dishes
    Chinese: with a range of different regional cuisines

You can always check out online reviews, the restaurant website or ask locals for recommendations on where to find the best places to eat in a specific area.
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