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A taste of home: The best Asian markets in Dublin

By Emma Grove / January 16, 2020

 Chinese New Year is upon us and what better way to celebrate than authentic Chinese ingredients from some of Dublin’s best asian markets! Chinese New Year is in a few short weeks and what better way to prepare than checking out some of the Best Asian markets in Dublin. Fresh fish, spring rolls, rice balls, […]

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Lunchtime, munch-time! Best delis in Dublin!

By Emma Grove / January 16, 2020

Trade in your meal deal in for a scrumptious sandwich courtesy of the best delis in Dublin! Sandwiches are the life and soul of the Irish mid-day meal. That’s why every Spar and Centra have a deli counter, waiting – nay – preying on hungry souls like you and I who are just looking for […]

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Top 10 traditional Irish restaurants

By Jacqueline Russe / January 15, 2020

Do you want to eat a typical Irish stew or some locally caught seafood? Try one of these traditional Irish restaurants! When coming to Ireland you shouldn’t miss out on traditional Irish cuisine. The country is known for its variety of spirits and beers, but what is a good drink without some fantastic food to […]

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Coffee addicts anonymous: Independent cafes in Dublin

By Emma Grove / January 14, 2020

Let 2020 be the year of supporting local green businesses by taking a peek at our list of some of the best independent cafes in Dublin. Independent cafes in Dublin are a dime a dozen. It seems every week there are new artisan roasters and eco-friendly cafes opening up all over the city. However, international […]

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And that’s the tea! Best tea rooms in Ireland

By Carlotta Cutrale / January 8, 2020

If you, like me, are a great lover of tea, the miraculous hot drink, especially in such a cold and dark season (global warming definitely involved!), then this article is for you. That’s why we thought that in order to make this winter less difficult, it would be appropriate to suggest some of the best […]

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The best Mexican restaurants in Dublin

By Luana Borges / December 19, 2019

Enjoy spicy Mexican food but not sure where to find it? We speak to Mexicans in Dublin to find out where they go to enjoy some authentic local cuisine. Dublin is known for its varied foreign population living here, and consequently a lot of diversified restaurants have opened in the city. Part of these include […]

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Hidden Gems: Pender’s Yard in Stoneybatter

By Carlotta Cutrale / December 16, 2019

Dublin is a city full of surprises. No matter where you go you’ll be amazed by the artistic graffiti, inspiring quotes and architectural beauties. Among all the neighbourhoods making up Dublin, there’s Stoneybatter. An inner-village within the city which conceals the hidden Pender’s Yard in Stoneybatter.  In the last 10 years, Stoneybatter has made a […]

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The vegetarian Irish recipes you’re looking for this winter

By Leora Mansoor / December 13, 2019

Looking for some vegetarian Irish recipes to stuff your guests at your next dinner party? Want something with a touch of class and tradition? Well look no further, all you need is in this list. You’re not a carnivore, you’re not a vegan but something a little more in the middle, a fence-sitter if you […]

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Dublin International Food Markets: Moore Street

By Carlotta Cutrale / December 11, 2019

Whether you ask someone born and raised Irish, or newly arrived in Dublin, all will tell you that Moore Street is the best place in Dublin to go to stuff your bags with healthy, international and genuinely fresh food. It is also one of the best streets in the city full of international food markets, […]

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New classics: Irish vegan recipes

By Leora Mansoor / December 10, 2019

Want a wholesome, traditional Irish meal but can’t find anything that caters to both your old fashioned and vegan needs? Well look no further! These hearty Irish vegan recipes will sort you right out. It is no secret that, when talking about food, Irish vegan recipes are words that historically have never gone together – […]

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