'FOOD GLORIOUS FOOD' AS THE SONG GOES AND WHO CAN DISAGREE WITH THAT!
A quick call to the Killumney Inn on a Saturday evening in July to make sure there would be a table available and we were off and seated by 8pm. We needn't have worried about getting a table because only one other table in the restaurant was occupied and on a summer Saturday evening that seemed a little off putting.
Fish and chips are, well, fish and chips, but if you’re in France and cooking an evening meal why not put a spin on the traditional and try them with La Difference. We used Ray for the fish, bought frozen and quite inexpensive in the local Auchan supermarket. The chips were in fact chunky cut from locally grown potatoes –…
Something we don't do on holiday is frequent Irish Pubs, mostly because we can do that at home and frankly the "Irish Pubs" abroad are often dark and scruffy places that don't reflect actual pubs in Ireland (not since the early 20th century anyway).