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.
Wanted: Journalist to Report on Food in the City
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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”.
New Cafe Aims to Offer Best Breakfast Roll in Dublin 8
“Like, as in a really savage, decent breakfast sandwich,” says Kristin Rowe. No sourdough or avocados involved.
Back Again Briefly, Venezuelan Holiday Delicacies
For just a few months each year, Cesar Calderon and Nileska Romero cook and sell hallacas, pan de jamon, and more – mostly to Venezuelans in the city.
What Scuppered Phibsboro’s Short-lived Friday Market?
Councillors say they want the council-run market brought back, in one form or another.
On Abbey Street, a Family Conjures Their Favourite Flavours from Across Thailand
From the som tam papaya salads popular in Nakhon Ratchasima – co-owner Salla Maliwoang’s home province – to the green curries of Bangkok.
At a Temple Bar Stall, Bombay Grilled Sandwiches and Stuffed Parathas
“Our plan is to bring in street foods from all of India’s states,” says Adarsh Shukla.