food from Ireland and Scotland

We took the good with the bad on our travels to Ireland and Scotland.
When we could not find local food, we ate other cuisines. Check out the pics.

We want to give special shout outs to Sloans in Glasgow. The food was good and the place felt really authentic. All I could think of were bar fights.
We also give a shout out to Chex Jules -a little bit of France in Edinburgh. In a basement setting but with all wooden furniture, I felt like I was back in time (minus the French accents.)
A hearty shout out to Gingerman Bar/Pub in Waterford, Ireland. We had some hearty Irish stew (the mainstay). We dined al fresco. Funny story, we were looking for the Waterford Factory. (those of you who know, know what we were seeking)
Lastly, we give a shout out to Metropole . We love wi-fi and they had it. We could check email. This place was in Kilkenney on the High Street.

For non food establishments we have to give shout outs to the food in our Bed & Breakfasts. Though it was simple food, to have it available every day and consistently cooked well, we have to give kudos.
Here is the list of Bed & Breakfasts we stayed in.

Avonmore House in Ireland
Lyrath was an Irish hotel-they had an awesome selection and lots of it
Abbeyglen Cottage in Ireland. We got an early start so they packed us bagels, fruit, cookies and cake for the road.

Aaron glen in Scotland
Netherley House in Scotland

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