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Where To Eat Christmas Food In Dublin

It’s that time of year again: no parking, no taxis, no reservations, queues for days - no wonder it's known as the most wonderful time of the year. Christmas in the capital: we wouldn’t have it any other way (except maybe the no-taxis-in-the-rain part), but the season also brings with it food and drink items that would turn any cranky shopper-to-be into their cheeriest selves. We’ve rounded up some of the most good looking Christmas food the city has to offer right now, that we will be attempting to systematically get through before the year is out.

The Christmas Kebab From Kerb

Ingenuity at its best: brussel sprouts in a kebab. Kerb have outdone themselves with this effort, and frankly swinging by Foxrock just to enjoy a turkey, crush carrot, crispy brussel sprout, stuffing and cranberry mayo kebab is well within the realms of possibility for those hairier days over the Christmas season.

Gingerbread Choux From Chapter One

Chapter One pastry chef Darren Hogarty never lets us down, and when it comes to seasonal desserts the standard is as high as ever. This gingerbread choux, part of the petit four selection, has a brown butter bun, candied clementines and gingerbread mousse, and looks like a particularly festive way to polish off a Christmas lunch.

The Gobbler Sandwich From Greenville Deli

Honey glazed ham, turkey, crispy onions, cranberry sauce, stuffing and mayo. If there was a prize for best festive sandwich in the city, we think Tara Street café Greenville Deli's edition would be in with a shot.

Mini Panettone From Alma

Argentinean café Alma's mini panettones are the perfect excuse to pop over to the South Circular road for some pre-shopping lunch featuring all the Argentinian deliciousness. You'll need your energy after all...

Happy Out's Christmas Toastie

There’s never an excuse needed to visit this container for a sandwich, however, a chow down on Happy Out's Turkey-brie-cranberry combo seems like a particularly perfect reason to pop over and refuel after a chilly stroll on Dollymount strand.