Ireland is steeped in history and traditions, both oral and written. Tony is here to dispel the myths that it has the worst food on the planet.Go to Episode
Tony and Paddy eat fish and chips after attending a literary tour about author Brendan Behan and the pubs of Ireland.
2 Werburgh Street, Dublin, Ireland
Tony and Paddy sit down to abundant seafood at King Sitric. Their meal includes periwinkles, Irish lobster, shallots, boiled razor clams and steamed prawns. They wash it all down with some white wine.
E Pier Binn Eadair, Dublin 13
Tony discusses politics and enjoys a traditional meal of steak and Guinness pie. He also samples Irish stew (lamb, potatoes, carrots and onions) and Galway Bay oysters with his taxi drivers. The finishing touch? A nice pint of Guinness.
46 Great Victoria Street, Belfast, BT2 7BA
Tony enjoys a meal chosen by chef Paul Rankin, including lobster-chicken wontons in lobster jus with tomatoes and spinach, Irish beef fillet with wild rice potato pancake, Asian herb salad, and Irish lamb with potatoes and kimchi.
7 Ascot House, Shaftesbury Square, Belfast
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