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This bar in Clare is the first Irish pub to be given a Michelin Star - here's a look at the grub

The Wild Honey Inn was praised for its ‘robust and confident’ cooking. Mmm.

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TODAY, A BAR in Co Clare became the first pub in Ireland to receive a Michelin Star.

The Wild Honey Inn in Lisdoonvarna shares the honour with 11 other Irish restaurants, including the uber-fancy Chapter One, L’Ecrivan, and Restaurant Patrick Gilbaud.

If you’re anything like us, you’ll want a gawk at the food – and we’re pleased to inform you it looks a) actually like food and b) delicious.

There’s lovely lamb

Eyeing up those roasties now TBH.

Tashty shteak

When your wife loves cows but also eats them for dinner. #lauraandkateandwhatweate #Ireland #wildhoneyinn

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Gizabittahdah.

Eh… smoked eel

Smoked eel, shaved apple and fennel salad #wildhoneyinn

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You’d have to give it a go.

Foamy scallops

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Sounds wrong… Looks so right.

The most elegant French toast we’ve ever seen

A Michelin-starred brunch! You’d be high on delicious notions for weeks.

A cute little sticky toffee pudding

The best sticky toffee pudding ever at the Wild Honey Inn, Lisdoonvarna #wildhoneyinn #lisdoonvarna

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Stop, we’re starving.

And delicate strawberry jelly

Looks great on this plate! 🔴 #vibrant #strawberry #summer

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You’re never too fancy for jelly and ice cream. Never.

With a three-course menu going for €40-50 per person, it’s not the most expensive spot to indulge in a slap-up meal. Whether you’ll be actually able to get in the door now is a different story. Congratulations, Wild Honey Inn!

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