“It is not to make people feel guilty about what they eat, but to make them aware of it,” says Rudi-Lee McCarthy.
On Parnell Street, a Restaurant Specialises in Indian Breakfasts
“I want whoever is from India and enjoys dosa, idli and vada, to feel that there’s a place where they can find the things they like to eat.”
The Sourdough Sisters Have Built the Iconic First-Lockdown Hobby into a Northside Business
Mary O’Driscoll and Mairead Devlin’s understated but close-to-legendary micro-bakery is expanding to a new space with a bigger oven.
The Bolivian Restaurant in Moore Street Brings Classics from Cochabamba to Dublin
The menu, which changes weekly, now includes peanut soup, plates of beef, potatoes and boiled eggs, spicy chicken and roasted pork with plantain.
A Chinese Restaurant on Parnell Street Serves Breakfast for Less Than €5
Shi Wang Yun has congee, fried dough and tofu in soup on its morning menu.
To Help It With a Food Strategy for the City, the Council Wants to Know Where You Shop and What You Eat
The council’s climate action team is surveying city residents about their shopping, cooking, eating, and binning habits, until 14 February.
From Calcutta to Dublin, the Evolution of the Dish “Gobi Manchurian”
Since the mid-20th century, it has spread across India, changing to please regional tastes. Now it has reached Dublin, in at least two forms.
A New Website Links Chefs of Colour Cooking from Home with Hungry Dubliners
“It’s really helping people to grow. It was actually kind of nice to see, like, a Black-owned version of JustEat,” said Mercy Adelabu.
Combining Korean, Irish, and More Cuisines, a Dublin Chef Warms Bellies
At Han Sung Korean Restaurant in the north inner-city, chef Kejia Zhang is experimenting with spicy cheesy rice, chicken mayo, and noodles bolognese.
There Were “Artisan” Foods, and “Natural” Foods – and Now There Are “Real” Foods
But, while there are guidelines on what a food has to be, to be called “artisan” or “natural” – there aren’t any (yet) for “real”.