Guinness and Onion Soup is a traditional Irish dish, inspired by the famous French onion soup, Guinness and Onion Soup…. The major difference is that the Irish version uses its favourite ingredient: Guinness! This makes for a very subtle dish, with a touch of irish on top of it! To try urgently!
When it comes to knowing how to keep warm with a comforting, home-style cuisine, the Irish are pretty strong! Here, simple ingredients are used, all from the Irish gastronomic culture…
Local onions, Irish cheddar, and of course, the famous national beer (Guinness), which flows in several million pints every day in the heart of the country!
This very famous soup is a popular everyday dish.
Many Irish pubs offering meals on the premises feature this famous dish on their menus. Simple, economical, and above all delicious: this soup has all the advantages to please gourmets in search of taste and subtlety!
Allow less than 10€ per bowl, with delicious toast, and aromatic herbs to spice it up! On the program, a soup with slight sweet-salty influences, which will delight the palates!