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5 things we want to eat in Dublin this week

Pig's head pudding, a gigantic plate of French toast, and a beaut of a crab flatbread are the dishes that have us debating our next dining destination in Dublin this week...

1) Confit rabbit ravioli, Library Street

This confit rabbit ravioli, with a rabbit consommé, morel mushroom, wild garlic and pickled radish dish from Library Street looks earthy AF and something we need while there's still a chill in the air. Salt, fat, acid, heat - it's got it all going on.

2) Pig’s head pudding, The Pig's Ear

What in the fresh heck is going on here. We can honestly say we've never wanted to eat pig’s head pudding in brioche with a truffled vinaigrette more. The Pig's Ear are bringing all the St John vibes with this one.

3) Rhubarb French toast, Milo's

Just look at the size of this French toast from Milo's... Brioche (baked fresh in their Drumcondra premises) is topped with rhubarb compote, vanilla mousse, ginger oat crumble, maple syrup and toasted coconut, and it's screaming weekend at us.

4) Kilkee crab flatbread, Row Wines

Row Wines know the direct route to our hearts, and this week it's a Kilkee crab flatbread with taramasalata. There's no way that flatbread is not a) the fluffiest, b) the tastiest, and c) destined to be gone in literal seconds.

5) Oyster tart, Bastible

We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again - we're suckers for the snacks on tasting menus, and this Flaggy Shore oyster tart from Bastible looks like the perfect one bite wonder. They lightly poach the Co. Clare oysters, bind them with an oyster mayo and topped them with fermented celeriac, fresh apple, pickled cucumber and Oscietra caviar, which is frankly spoiling us....


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