Beef and Guinness stew in Galway

This stew I got in the pub called “The front door” in Galway city center. The serving is not usual, since the potato mash was placed separately. Also it was the first stew I had that was served with a piece of pastry on top. It wasn’t that thick as the one from Aran islands, but still very tasty and even could be considered a light meal… Or not!

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  • Charles Smith

    Mm, it’s like they’re trying to make it more of a pie instead of a stew, with the little pastry “pillow” on top… nice

    • Blackie Warner

      Accroding to the qualified sources it might be a traditional way of serving the Irish stew. Though I prefer more the creamy version with mash on top… all thick and yammy……………. hungry (