An Irish Souvenir; Guinness© Battered Fish and Chips

One of the best things about traveling to new places is getting the opportunity to taste the foods that define the region. Savory dishes developed in a mother’s kitchen, perfected over generations and reinterpreted in new and interesting ways in the restaurants we get to visit while we travel. It’s the food of the people.

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If you’re like me and love sampling the great culinary diversity found around the world, you’ll love the souvenir Jon and Rainer picked up for us on their recent trip to Ireland; Guinness© Battered Fish and Chips!

That’s right! The Yukon Tavern is now offering a classic fish and chips dinner, with a crunchy-fried batter seasoned with the taste of Ireland’s favorite beverage. With a dollop of tartar and a squeeze of lemon, it’s the coming together of great Irish food and the best of American pub grub. With a side of coleslaw and your choice of fries, tots, or salad, it’ll have your taste buds packing their bags to the Emerald Island before the last bite.

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Wash it down with a frothy pint of stout served in one of the new Guinness© brand glasses Jon and Rainer picked up for the bar. They’ve schooled the bartenders in the proper Irish way of pouring a Guinness©,” a lesson they learned overseas, and they’ll be happy to share the other lesson they picked up with you; “How to Drink a Guinness© in the Irish Way,” too.

You don’t have to go far to enjoy a tasty trip across the pond, just make a stop at the Yukon Tavern in Southeast Portland for a plate of Guinness© Battered Fish and Chips. It’s just a little souvenir Jon and Rainer’s brought back from their latest adventure in worldwide pub crawling.

 

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