Half Price Large Irish Breakfast Sunday 18th March - from £2.98 @ O'Neills
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Half Price Large Irish Breakfast Sunday 18th March - from £2.98 @ O'Neills

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LocalFound 12th Mar
As part of St Patricks offers - this Sunday (18th March) you can get a half price Large Irish breakfast.

Pricing seems to vary per local - but puts the average price at £2.98 based on price checking a few locals.


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  • Breakfast served until midday
  • Two rashers of grilled back bacon, two pork sausages, two fried free range eggs, two hash browns, Heinz® baked beans, flat mushroom, grilled half tomato and your choice of white or wholemeal toast and butter
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I need a hangover recovery chichi

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Not just prices vary - descriptions do as well. No large at my local, just Mega, Hearty or small


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Hope they know that actually aint an Irish Breakfast.
Would they do me a full English?
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I need a hangover recovery chichi

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Not just prices vary - descriptions do as well. No large at my local, just Mega, Hearty or small


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Hope they know that actually aint an Irish Breakfast.
Would they do me a full English?
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deeky5 m ago

Not just prices vary - descriptions do as well. No large at my local, just …Not just prices vary - descriptions do as well. No large at my local, just Mega, Hearty or small [Image]



I took 'hearty' as large
Damn good price for a breakkie but about as Irish as the pubs.
rd3d29 m ago

Would they do me a full English?


That is a full English - except in Ireland they call it Irish.

Makes sense I guess
BertieWusster3 m ago

Damn good price for a breakkie but about as Irish as the pubs.


Put loads of Guinness images everywhere and serve colcannon. That'll fool em.
Chanchi326 m ago

I took 'hearty' as large


Ok, I'll let you off.

But it says hearty has 2 sausages
Bushes1 m ago

Put loads of Guinness images everywhere and serve colcannon. That'll fool …Put loads of Guinness images everywhere and serve colcannon. That'll fool em.


and chuck a bicycle on the wall
pennyfarthing884 m ago

That is a full English - except in Ireland they call it Irish.Makes sense …That is a full English - except in Ireland they call it Irish.Makes sense I guess



It's not an Irish Breakfast, missing black pudding and Soda bread. Not to meantion the fact they listed "British" beans in it lol.
deeky7 m ago

Ok, I'll let you off. But it says hearty has 2 sausages


I do miss summer
cecilmcroberts5 m ago

It's not an Irish Breakfast, missing black pudding and Soda bread. Not to …It's not an Irish Breakfast, missing black pudding and Soda bread. Not to meantion the fact they listed "British" beans in it lol.


Would an Irish breakfast have white pudding though? Not sure myself. Soda bread is a given though, has to be a part of an Irish breakfast. I make it every week.
Edited by: "Bushes" 12th Mar
Are they proper Irish recipe sausages, like Richmond etc? Also anyone know whether Irish pubs in Europe e.g. Budapest serve Irish recipe sausages?
Richmond sausages should be placed into a frying pan, laughed at and then thrown in the bin.
No difference between a full English & full Irish.
May as well go to Ikea!
cecilmcroberts28 m ago

Hope they know that actually aint an Irish Breakfast.


It's an English Breakfast with hash browns which are American.

Actually baked beans are American as well though their version is somewhat different.
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 12th Mar
Gussy_Fink_Nottle3 m ago

No difference between a full English & full Irish.


As has been mentioned, Irish have soda bread or farls.

Scottish is more different with a slice of haggis and potato scone
Bushes8 m ago

Would an Irish breakfast have white pudding though? Not sure myself. Soda …Would an Irish breakfast have white pudding though? Not sure myself. Soda bread is a given though, has to be a part of an Irish breakfast. I make it every week.


I should say so, especially if it's from Clonakilty.
Common.Sense4 m ago

May as well go to Ikea!


Don't get me started on IKEA breakfasts. They may be cheap, but they're pretty poor.
Bushes9 m ago

Richmond sausages should be placed into a frying pan, laughed at and then …Richmond sausages should be placed into a frying pan, laughed at and then thrown in the bin.


But I like them.
Bushes13 m ago

Richmond sausages should be placed into a frying pan, laughed at and then …Richmond sausages should be placed into a frying pan, laughed at and then thrown in the bin.


Yes they're bad, only 42% pork, padded out with wheat and pork fat.

Give them to Germans and they would start World War 3!
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 12th Mar
TheHun62 m ago

But I like them.


My gran did, she wasn't a meat fan, but you may as well get vegetarian ones.
What makes it an Irish Breakfast??? I'm guessing the sausages must be Richmond sausages, which I believe are Irish.
MMMmmm Richmond sausages... those lovely sausages fully of the cheapest rusk, horse meat, and lard.
Joking aside, I do prefer Richmond sausages to most fancy brands, as the fancy brands simply cut the sausage meat coarsely, meaning you get lots of large grizzle bits.
The Welsh and Scottish do raise eyebrows and correct you if you ask for a Full English.

I guess it's the same in Northern Ireland and the Republic.
Edited by: "deany76" 12th Mar
and potato bread is missing.
Where's the white pudding.
TheHun628 m ago

Are they proper Irish recipe sausages, like Richmond etc? Also anyone know …Are they proper Irish recipe sausages, like Richmond etc? Also anyone know whether Irish pubs in Europe e.g. Budapest serve Irish recipe sausages?


Richmond are something like 30% meat - if that’s a proper Irish sausage, they can keep them.
Ulster fry CANNOT be beaten tho!! Eggs, sausages, bacon, soda bread, potato bread and vegetable roll!! Beans and mushrooms optional
Rashers, fried egg, white pudding, SuperQuinn sausages, brown soda with lashings of butter. Beans are optional.
I stock up the freezer every time we go. Come back with a full shop from SuperValu.
Whammerhead17 m ago

and potato bread is missing.



That's in an Ulster Fry not an Irish Breakfast.
Bushes38 m ago

Would an Irish breakfast have white pudding though? Not sure myself. Soda …Would an Irish breakfast have white pudding though? Not sure myself. Soda bread is a given though, has to be a part of an Irish breakfast. I make it every week.



Yeah it has both White and Black.
Where's the soda bread?
Thats not a "fry" it is missing soda bread or farls.white pudding and black pudding. Hash browns ??? thats an american import
Ideal to soak up all the Guinness and Jameson's from the night before
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What's de big oi-dea?
Are all the drink offers on the other days
for a free drink, a discounted drink or just a recommendation?
Does it count as a fry-up if the tattie scone is missing?
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