Skewers with a spicy bean jelly. Salty milk tea. The range is part of the draw, says Afanti co-owner Eleanor Halmurat.
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Councillors call for tables and umbrellas on the city’s streets to be free from alcohol branding
It can look cheap and tacky, make life harder for people trying not to drink, and advertise drinking to children, critics say.
The allure of wobbly Japanese cheesecake
From their shop Traditional Asian Cake in the Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, Stephen and Vivian Goh sell their own special version of the treat.
Have your say on Dublin City Council’s draft food strategy
It aims to tackle inequalities in access to healthy and affordable food, while also addressing impacts of climate change on the city’s food systems, it says.
To push Dubliners to care for our little planet, artists offer them seeds grown in its orbit
The idea is to tap into some of the profound feelings astronauts get when they gaze upon Earth from afar, says Zack Denfield of the Center for Genomic Gastronomy.
In the Liberties, Oliver Bond residents seek council backing for their community garden
Civil society groups have called for a new post within the council to progress its policies around urban farming and growing.
Fish in a lime-juice marinade, potato croquettes, and tamales wrapped in banana leaves
The Chilli Pepper food trailer, which can be found at the weekly market on Merrion Square, brings Peruvian food to Dublin.
Shared kitchens in Stoneybatter hope to help small food businesses grow up
“It’s all very exciting, we have a courtyard outside where we will hopefully have some outdoor events, food events,” says the CEO of the SPADE Enterprise Centre.
Low and slow, smoking South African Boerewors at Spencer Dock
Chef Wiseman Mangaliso aims to bring the classic South African braai to Dublin, with a subtle twist.
Captain Fry Wants to Make You Feel Better with Neapolitan Fried Foods
The frittatina – a fritter loaded with bucatini pasta and scamorza cheese – is his “something different”.