If you’re a coffee-shop squatter, Fia might be your new favourite home away from home. Try the peas on toast: crushed peas and sweet-onion purée on toasted sourdough, topped with pecorino cheese and a fried egg.
From 18 to 20 March, you’ll be able to get your Dublin Bay prawns prepared every which-way. And if you’re not into shellfish, there’s always fish and chips.
Last week, media reports indicated that two of the city’s favourite burrito bars had been hit with Food Safety Authority closure orders. Here’s what happened.
Campari cake with grapefruit and black sesame. Rhubarb, juniper and rosewater cake with Hendrick’s Gin icing. Baker Kate Packwood experiments with some unusual flavour combinations.
The decor is Indian kitsch, with colourful posters from Bollywood films and vintage Air India adverts on stripped-back walls.
Just when you thought you had all the coffee-related paraphernalia that you could need, Andrew Douglas of Urban Farm has plans to launch a new kit to help you grow food on your grounds.
In the last couple of years, Bodytonic has opened one pub after another, expanding into neighbourhoods far from the city centre. What’s their plan?
It’s the Year of the Monkey, and the Dublin Chinese New Year Festival is in full swing for the next couple of weeks. Here are a few food-related events you might consider.
If your dog or cat is healthy, it’s not that risky to have them around when you go to grab a pint. So what’s the HSE thinking?
Grace and David Lambert saw the need for a deli with all manner of fresh and local produce. Enter, their new store: Bang Bang.