This was one of those genuine Irish pubs. We walked in and that guy wearing white in the top right corner was sitting with a guitar, singing a drinking song (I don't drink, so I can't tell you which one).
This section is very "pub" but when you walk through to the restaurant area, it was beautifully furnished and quite "glam". We took pictures but the lighting wasn't right so the pics are VERY dark.
Now here's the thing - you know I'm obsessed with the price of food - we had a supper of two chicken stirfries and lamb sausage, a cheesecake, tea and a cappucino, and the bill came to 55 Euro (R680/US$92). And that was in Kinsale which is a tiny, tiny place (cheap compared to Dublin) :)
So why should you menu plan? I wrote an article on it called How to Menu Plan and save you time and money - go have a read :)
Well, this week's menu looks like this:
Stirfried chicken, veggies and noodles (mine comes to probably R20 a portion/ $2.60 :))
Tomato and vienna casserole, carrots and rice
Burgers and chips
Just for fun - what's your favourite, QUICK meal to cook?
I'll go first - mine is stirfried chicken and noodles, otherwise anything with pasta (if I say so myself, I make good pasta :))
Your turn :)