During our trip to Ireland we happened across Schull. We were lucky in that we came into town during the best weather they'd had for years. I suppose we were also lucky in that it was a relatively quiet time of year.
As ever, with most of the towns and villages we stopped in, we found that people were only too willing to help when you were asking for advice on places to eat.
"You'll be wanting Bunratty's at the top of the hill" said the woman crossing the road with us.
So we strolled up the hill and had some of the Guinness outside in the sun. We had a dog with us and that didn't go amiss by the keen eyed barman. Once he'd seen me right with the Guinness he brought out a tub of water for the dog. I thought that was a nice gesture. Later when he was putting out a few scraps of chicken in a similar tub for the local stray cat I thought maybe he just likes animals. Wrong again. He was just a really nice bloke! They're all at it in Ireland, they just can't help being nice. I say this because we went there a couple of times (maybe three (you can forget minor details y'know)) and after we'd had plates of garlic mussels, bowls of crab claws in garlic and bread, salad, sandwiches and chips galore .... he also noticed how much I liked their soda bread and while I was at the bank getting cash for the bus home after our final trip there...he wrapped up a loaf of their speciality soda bread in tin foil and suggested to our friend that she 'take this home for the man, he seems to like it'.
Like I said "Rewards for Everyone, good food all round for cats dogs and quintogenarians with a liking for bread!"
Average spend for 3 of us was 42 Euro for the food.
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