Travel Reference
In-Depth Information
There's really no such thing as a “vegetarian option” in the traditional Irish diet. Histor-
ically, if you weren't eating meat it was because you couldn't afford to. Nowadays, pretty
much every Irish meal includes a healthy dose of animal protein. So the options at Cornu-
copia aren't exactly the most authentic in the city. They are, however, quite delicious and
not too expensive, and the restaurant is a godsend for vegans and vegetarians on this highly
carnivorous island.
Ryan's FXB (Parkgate Street)
Good mid-range option serving seafood and steaks near the Guinness Storehouse. For
about €20-30, you can taste some of Ireland's choicest cuts of meat.
Search WWH ::

Custom Search