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5 things we want to eat in Dublin this week

The pizza slice that says it's spring, a zingy crudo by the sea, and Bib Gourmand bites are some of the dishes that stopped our scroll this week. Here's the 5 things we most want to eat in the capital...

1) Scallop Crudo, Mamó

We keep going back to look at just how pretty this new dish from Mamó is. Irish sea scallop crudo, pickled chilli, blood orange and coriander are served inside a stunning scallop shell, and once again proves that these guys know what's up when it comes to standout seafood in Howth.

2) Turbot Rib, Amy Austin

The Bib Gourmand Babes aka Amy Austin are now open for lunch, and to celebrate, they have added a turbot rib with a Thai green sauce, organic puffed rice and coriander to the menu. Book early - they've been out the door since they joined the elites.

3) Spring Greens Slice, Mani

Mani have gone full spring with their latest slice, aptly named Spring Greens. A spinach béchamel base is topped with tender stem broccoli, sugar snap peas, walnuts, Cashel blue cheese, and garlic & thyme honey, and mamma mia it looks good.

4) Basque Cheesecake, Featherblade

This creamy burnt Basque cheesecake with blackberry compote at Featherblade looks almost sultry. Go for the €14.50 steak, but leave stomach space for this.

5) Prince of Persia, Beechpark Eco Farm

Right next to Clonsilla train station is Beechpark Eco Farm - an organic fruit and vegetable farm, that's just starting serving sandwiches at the weekend between 12:00 and 15:00 - and what sandwiches. Check out 'The Prince of Persia', with Persian spiced carrot and onion fritters, beetroot borani, sumac mayo and pickled peppers on sourdough and beyond focaccia. Brb - hopping on the train.

1 Comment

Albert Dexter
Albert Dexter
Apr 23

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