Warm fare, exceptional drinks, and sparkle form the base of Irish food. While most think of Ireland as a red meat and potatoes realm, there’s much more to Irish gastronomy than that, even though the meat and potatoes dishes comprise the chief food. If you’re looking for fine banqueting, contemporary Irish restaurants in cities like Dublin and Galway where conventional Irish dishes are served with a modern entwine fit the bill. A full Irish breakfast is a meal so hearty you’ll hardly need to eat again all day. The full breakfast usually includes bacon, black pudding, sausages, eggs, stewed tomatoes, mushrooms, and toast escorted by condiments like brown sauce and jam. The main breakfast platter may also be heralded by fruit and cold cereal or porridge.