Did you know that Ireland has had a bit of a ‘food revolution’ for the past few years? While you’ll still find classics like Shepherd’s Pie and Irish Stew on pub menus, it’s likely to be listed next to Herbed Goat Cheese or a Roast Breast of Chicken.
Ireland’s food culture has gone from bland to bazinga – creating ‘must eat’ destinations!
One of the benefits of RVing, especially for families, is the kitchen/campfire combination. Besides the convenience of putting together a meal in the middle of nowhere, you’re more likely to eat healthier foods and save money over dining out.
But, no matter how well you eat in that RV, there are some restaurants across the US that are worth the stop, or even the detour and extra driving to get there. Bon appétit!
Mary told me, everything she serves is sourced from 5-10 miles away. Fish from the Atlantic Ocean, fresh goat cheese from just down the road, greens from near Galway Bay, herbs from the backyard garden, a fresh bread baked daily by Aidan.
I hesitate to call the food simple, as it tasted anything but. Each sip, bite, and nibble burst with flavor. Paired with the stunning presentation, our entire meal was a feast for the senses.
For nearly 400 years, Durty Nelly’s (yes, there was a real Durty Nelly) has been providing comfort and sustenance to travelers near and far. In days long past, Nelly was the keeper of the toll bridge that allowed access to the castle. Her legend lives on, slightly sanitized for young ears, in the pub and restaurant that bear her name, where you can sit, warm in the snug, a pint at your hand and the craic bouncing off the walls as it has for centuries.