Irish people sure love French food, as it is delicious, no matter where you are from. The country is far from France, but this does not hinder the variety of French dishes that are available in Ireland-based French eateries for everybody to taste.
The Blackboard Bistro brings you a list with those French dishes the Irish people just can’t get enough of.
Steak Au Poivre
This rather simple dish is typically prepared with a fillet mignon covered in peppercorns and it’s just as delicious as it sounds and looks. If you don’t want to have it all by itself, you can regularly get it covered with a thick, rich sauce made up of the fond left on the pan where the steak was made, cognac and heavy cream.
This lovely fresh salad comes from Nice all the way to Ireland to make your mouth water. Although it is just a salad, its combination of eggs, tomato, anchovies, and Niçoise olives, provides a delicious meal.
If you fancy it tossed and mixed with some other fresh and seasonal vegetables, you can always ask for these additions.
Deli Bacon Brie & Cranberry Sandwich
If you want a typical French breakfast or lunch in Ireland, you can’t miss out on this wonderful dish. Sandwiches aren’t particularly regarded as a delicacy, but this particular one made up of Brie cheese, bacon and cranberries is sure to change this common misconception.
Creamy Seafood Chowder
As a French seafood dish, this has to be one of the thickest and most filling of meals, as it comes complete with fish and various types of seafood, along with a rich cream to engulf it all. It is the perfect dish to grab for a fancy dinner, but we advise you to go get it at a French restaurant for a better experience of the meal.
Whether you grab a quick bite by eating a sandwich or salad, prefer a nice big steak or crave some rich seafood chowder, French eateries in Ireland will have these for you. All of these dishes are delicious, and it is no wonder why the Irish love them. Are you craving traditional French meals? Give these a go. You won’t be disappointed.