For epicureans in search of good food, don’t forget to settle into a coastal restaurant and order a local speciality: crab claws! Lemon, parsleyed, sprinkled with white wine or mayo, it’s always a delight!
Of course, crab claws are not strictly speaking a dish of Irish origin. Nevertheless, Ireland has made a speciality of it and has appropriated the product to create its own version! And the result is tasty!
Flambé, lemon, parsleyed… Its recipes are fine, subtle and delicate! Don’t hesitate to taste it on the terrace of a coastal restaurant in Ireland: the experience is worth the detour and promises you a rare moment of gastronomy!
Generally, crab claws are eaten with a glass of white wine to further reveal the iodized aromas of the crab meat. Plan at least 12€ to make it your meal: an economical price for a product considered to be part of the end of the end!