You may have noticed a few new restaurants opening in Ireland’s south-east.
They’re offering fish tacos?
I’m afraid we’re all too familiar with the traditional Irish fish tacos.
I can only imagine that if you’ve never had a fish taco before, you might not be fully up to speed with the menu.
The menu at Noodle in the Square, for example, has two items that I’m pretty sure are not fish tacos – chips and a salad.
I was told that they are ‘fish tacos’ but, sadly, it seems as if the ingredients aren’t the same as the fish tacos you’re used to.
I’m not sure what the menu will be, but if I had to guess, I would say they will be ‘fish and chips’.
If you’re going to eat fish, you’ll need to be prepared to take some time to prepare.
It’s hard to take the time to put the pieces together and then to enjoy them in the same bite size, but they are a delicacy.
This new menu item at Noodles is on the fish taco list for Noodle’s first week of opening.
This new menu is on sale at Nola’s restaurant in Kilkenny.
Source The Irish Daily Times article Why are you trying to cook fish tacos at your restaurant?
It seems as though it’s a bit of a mystery, but there are a few reasons.
Firstly, I’m not a big fan of fish tacos because they are very hard to cook.
It seems like they are so big and messy that they just make it too hard to eat.
I’m also a bit concerned about the flavour of the fish itself, and how it will react to a hot plate.
It makes me feel as though the food will go bad fast and I’ll end up ordering something else.
I also think the fish are often cooked in very shallow fryers.
What are your thoughts on fish tacos in Ireland?
Are they really that good?
What are your concerns about the menu?
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