The full Irish breakfast is a mainstay of traditional Irish cooking and one cafe in Athlone, Co Westmeath, has created what is probably the largest Irish breakfast in the whole of Ireland.

Located on Pearse Street in Athlone’s town center, the cafe Murphy's Law offers punters a whopping 3,500 calories breakfast which includes the following:

Four slices of bacon

Four sausages

Four pieces of toast

Four tomato halves

Four hash browns

Four black puddings

Four white puddings

Four  eggs

One portion of beans

One portion of fries

Some  fried mushrooms

And a pot of tea

i’d love a proper irish breakfast rn

— Leon (@leonbalfe97) November 17, 2017

But if you’re not local to Athlone, we’ve drawn up the following list of where to eat the best Irish breakfast across the island:

Five-star hotel: The Merrion, Dublin. Highly commended, Culloden Estate & Spa, Belfast; The Europe Hotel & Resort, Killarney

Four-star hotel: Ballynahinch Castle, Galway. Highly commended, The Mustard Seed, Ballingarry; Galgorm Resort & Spa, Ballymena

Three-star hotel: Gougane Barra Hotel, Macroom. Highly commended Killeen House Hotel, Killarney; Raheen House Hotel, Clonmel

Country house: Ballymaloe House, Shanagarry. Highly commended, Roundwood House, Mountrath; Rathmullan House, Donegal

Guesthouse: Newforge House, Magheralin. Highly commended MacNean House, Blacklion; Inch House, Thurles

B&B: Corrib House, Galway. Highly commended Ballinwillin House, Mitchelstown; The Mill Restaurant & Accommodation, Dunfanaghy

Brunch: Rua, Castlebar. Highly commended, Knox, Sligo; Hatch & Sons Irish Kitchen, Dublin

Breakfast foods: O’Neill’s Dry Cure Bacon, Burren Smokehouse Salmon, Flahavan’s Oats, Clandeboye Estate Yoghurt

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