Conor’s Beer-Battered Rings: Photo of the Day

| September 21, 2011

The best onion rings ever, with the perfect beer-battered crust at the Conors Cafe near Queen’s University in Belfast, Ireland.

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  1. Kat says:

    I’m going there again tomorrow night to get fish n chips!!! It’s the loveliest place with great food 🙂

  2. Gera says:

    I’m so far for going to Ireland to taste this buttery-beery delight 😉
    I wonder, do they make international deliveries???



  3. Katie says:

    I’ve been wanting to go back to Ireland for awhile – those would make the whole trip worthwhile 😉

  4. Peggy says:

    Oh I so want those onion rings right now!

  5. Liz says:

    My hubby always lets me eat his when they come with an order of steak! Lucky me 🙂 These look fabulous~

  6. I would love a huge heaping plate of these!!

  7. That is something I’m planning to make. I hope I can find a good recipe for it. I actually discovered fish & ships this year (I thought it’s too oily for me before) and ever since then… I’m a huge fan of beer-battered deep fried food!! This onion rings are amazing. Now I really need to find a recipe!!

  8. Devaki says:

    I want some now. Must visit one day 🙂

    chow! Devaki @ weavethousandflavors

  9. Beth says:

    Sounds (and looks) delicious!