Being a vegetarian in Ireland is hard enough without all the shite eating out options. Meat-eating Ireland doesn't exactly cater for all the veggies out there.
Sunday roasts send a shudder down your spine, pubs are greeted with disdain and barbeques are just a disaster. There are, however, some staple meals that pubs and restaurants in Ireland all seem to serve. We've decided to compile the list and remind you of some of the sad meals you've more than likely eaten.
1. A portobello mushroom burger that costs €10.50
That seems fair, NOT.
2. Stuffed peppers with goat's cheese
Why is it always goat's cheese?
#tacostuffedpepperthursday ? Oh, not a thing? Well it should be!????Yellow bell pepper stuffed full of a mixture of quinoa, black beans, corn, shredded carrots, onions, and salsa. Seasoned with cumin and chili powder and then topped off with melty sharp cheddar, avocado, and late hot sauce!?had mine tonight along with some cottage cheese and celery and hummus! 'Twas delish!???
3. The classic pub goats cheese tart
Again, goat's cheese.
4. Indian Vegetable korma
They never think to add any sort of protein, like chickpeas, so you're starving an hour later.
5. A Sunday roast that's just potatoes and veg
6. A full Irish that's just beans and eggs
It's never as satisfying and the toast always goes soggy.
7. A sad cheese sandwich
With iceberg lettuce, so sad.
Tomato soup and cheese sandwich. Lush! pic.twitter.com/VJajEHBP5S
— Jules 🦄🦄 (@Jules1315) April 10, 2017
8. Macaroni and cheese
This isn't nice, but one of the only filling options.
9. Chipper chips after a night out
10. Undercooked mushroom risotto
Why is it always undercooked.....
— mmmSpecials.com (@MmmSpecials) April 21, 2017
11. Cheese and onion crisps while everyone else gets Bacon Fries
It never tastes as good.
12. A garden salad
How is this supposed to fill up anyone??
13. Burnt Quorn sausages
Quorn + BBQ = pain
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