Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Kinsale, Kinsale~

♥ My girlies came to Cork!! 

 

But as y'all know, there's nothing much in Cork :( So..we decided to travel to Kinsale. People who visited Cork said Kinsale is a must-visit. However, after visiting, I think it could be missed. Tbh, there's nothing much there, except for seafood.




It's a peaceful and calm town, good for a weekend getaway, but nothing else that worth the 11.20 euros bus ride. It'll take roughly an hour to reach Kinsale from Cork City Centre.

Upon arrival, we dined at:
The Blue Haven Seafood Cafe
3/4 Pearse Street, Kinsale, Cork
info@bluehavenkinsale.com
+353 21 477 2209

 Jamie's Claypot King Prawns & Iberico Chorizo (13.50)
Toons Bridge Iberico Chorizo & Pan Fried King Prawns w/ chilli & garlic butter, shallots, parsley, served with garlic crostini

 Slow Cooked Pulled Pork & Toons Bridge Smoked Scamorza Melt (9.50)
6 hours slow cooked BBQ pulled pork, melted Toons Bridge smoked Scamorza cheese, toast brioche bun & apple sauce

 Also in the pic:
Soup & Sandwich Combo (11.50)

The Classic Seafood Cafe Fish & Chips (16.90)
Served in Crisp Beer Batter (but we opted the beer batter due to personal reason) with mushy peas, tartar sauce, Maldon Sea Salt & lemon

Seafood Cafe Fish Pie (16.90)
Atlantic salmon, smoked haddock & cod all bound together w/ a parsley white onion & dill cream sauce, finished with Hearty's Cheddar & Chive mash, daily baked soda bread & french style peas


Warm Caramel Apple Sundae (7.50)
Caramel & vanilla bean ice cream with hot butterscotch sauce, apple & cinnamon compote, sticky toffee ginger cake pieces, whipped vanilla cream & finished with praline and fudge pieces













We wanted to visit Charles Fort but it'll take us 30-45 minutes walk there and the weather was not on our side (AGAIN!)..you can see how gloomy it looked at the pictures ;( 

Bad luck or what?? Every. Single. Time. 







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