Dublin

Burgers, Dublin, Eating Out, Review, Takeaway

The Chili Shack

The Chili Shack opened today on Prussia St. They gave away free food on Saturday and from the pictures I saw the queues were epic. Their location was previously home to Boqueria (I’m still not over them moving to Howth) which then became BQR (and was a disaster) and is now […]

Burgers, Dublin, Review

Buttermilk Bird Pitt Bros

Nearly every week I go to Pitt Bros and every time I go I get the Buttermilk Bird. This, for me, is the nicest chicken burger I’ve ever had. It’s also f’in massive! This is my first post where I’m only talking about one item on a menu. I love […]

Dublin, Eating Out, Review

147 Deli Breakfast

If you’ve never been to 147 Deli on Parnell St. you’ve been missing out. They do some of the best sandwiches in Dublin. They do specials every week and some of them are so unbelievably tasty that I’ve gone back the next day to get another. When they announced they’d […]

Brunch, Burgers, Dublin, Eating Out, Lunch

The White Moose Cafe

I don’t think there’s a dog on the street who hasn’t heard about The White Moose Cafe. The owner, Paul Stenson, has had social media buzzing with his war on vegans, breastfeeding mothers and the gluten intolerant. Even news channels across the Atlantic have been talking about him. He’s the guy […]

Dublin, Eating Out, Review

Hang Dai Chinese

There’s a lot of hype lately about Camden’s street latest edition, Hang Dai Chinese. It’s a collaboration between chef Karl Whelan and Will Dempsey. Hang Dai serves Chinese dishes in a unique setting as it’s designed to look like a subway carriage which gives it a bit an edge. It’s dark lighting […]

Dublin, Eating Out, Lunch, Review

Fennel Restaurant

Following on from his late father’s success, chef Peter Clifford, author of Clifford & Sons (which is on my Christmas wish list) latest venture is Fennel in Drumcondra which opened earlier in the year. It’s located just off the Swords Road next to The Regency Hotel. Given the huge amount of […]