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A stop for foodies at Inishbofin

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
18th September, 2016
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A stop for foodies at Inishbofin

A stop for foodies at Inishbofin

On a walk around Inishbofin in August, the sight of a red London bus with several people milling around outside it eating fish soup with crispy chorizo and dillisk stopped me in my tracks.

Inishwallah is the brainchild of local couple Austin and Kartika (he from the island, she from Brooklyn) and serves up the likes of potato and pollock croquettes with red pepper aioli (€6.50) and homemade hummus...

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