Holiday in Dublin – Your guide to Dublin, Ireland


What to eat in Dublin?

Food in Dublin is traditionally associated with simple, fulfilling and hearty meals, washed down with a pint of ‘the black stuff’, Dublin’s famous Guinness stout.

  1. Bacon and cabbage stew: Nourishing and filling and with readily available ingredients, this dish was historically very common and continues to be popular.
  2. Boxty: A traditional Irish potato pancake. As the old Irish saying goes: “Boxty on the griddle, boxty in the pan, if you can’t make boxty, you’ll never get a man!”
  3. Dublin Coddle: A classic, heart-warming Irish stew originating in Dublin and made from bacon, sausage, potato, and onion.
  4. Dublin Lawyer: A rich seafood dish of whole, cold water lobster in a cream and whiskey sauce.
  5. Guinness Cake: A dark, moist chocolate cake made with Ireland’s famous Guinness beer. A local favourite, especially at Christmas.
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