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5 things we want to eat in Dublin this week

A power house collab, iconic Italian pasta in the form of a croissant, and a cosy fish stew for this freaky weather we're having. Here's what we most want to eat this week in our little ol' city....



1) Massaman Curry Chips, Chimac X Nutshed


The brand new addition to Chimac's menu is a collab with the peanut butter gals over at Nutshed. They're using Nutshed's Very Crunchy Peanut Butter to create the base for a massaman curry, adding chillies, lemongrass, garlic, spices and coconut milk. The curry sauce is drizzled over hand cut chips and topped with twice-fried, free-range Irish chicken breast, pickled daikon, roasted peanuts and chillies. Comfort food but make it high end.



2) Cacio e Pepe Croissant, Bread Naturally


Bread Naturally have listened to the people of Dublin (who are currently all aboard the Cacio e Pepe train) with their newest creation. They've baked garlic, black pepper, Parmesan béchamel and mozzarella into a croissant. And once it's out of the oven, it's topped with more Parmesan for good luck. Cacio e Pepe everything please.



3) The Uncle Paulie's, Leroy's


Sandwich and coffee truck Leroy's over at Merrion Cricket club is known for killer coffee and towering sambos. This week's addition to the menu is the Uncle Paulie’s, with Milano salami, nduja and lemon aioli, pickled chillies and iceberg lettuce, served on Tartine Organic Bakery ciabatta. Consider us bowled over.



4) Rhubarb and custard mille feuille, Elliot's


Elliot's micro bakery over in Phibsborough know what's what when it comes to baked goods, and this rhubarb and custard mille feuille had us in a chokehold this week - just look at all those layers of super thin, crispy pastry and creamy rhubarb and custard filling. Get yizzerselves to Phibsbrough stat.



5) Bouillabaisse, Brighton road


Brighton road in Foxrock's have just added that famous fish stew from the South of France, Bouillabaisse, to the menu, and theirs uses halibut, prawns, scallops and cockles. It looks like the perfect remedy for these chilly March days we're having. Pair with a crisp glass of white and picture summer incoming.



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