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25: 5 Best looking things to eat this week

Words: Shamim de Brún
Images: Instagram

Things to eat in and around Dublin from February 15 until February 21

We have collected some of the most delectable foods being sold in Dublin right now and compiled them into an extensive ol’ list. Here are five things in Dublin this week that we like the look of:


Organic Chicken ‘Nduja & Winter Bean Stew at Charlotte Quay

Charlotte Quay

As the weather takes another in its ongoing series of turns, this looks like just the thing to warm the cockles of even the coldest heart. Made with organic chicken breast, spicy Italian nduja, and a selection of white beans stewed to perfection. This fresh take on a classic looks so good it’s almost sordid.


Steak at The Butcher Grill Donnybrook

Sometimes steak just looks like everything you could ever want. This is one of those steaks. Juicy, tender, char-grilled and falling off the bone. This steak speaks for itself. What more could you want?


Crab Caviar at Rosa Madre

Rosa MAdre

Shades of green decked out on a white plate always do it for me, but this is something else. Crab and wasabi were made for each other. The caviar adds the decadence we associate with Rosa Madre and makes it look like the kind of treat you’ll be telling your mates about for years. The sheer indulgence of this dish would make the Pope salivate.


Baklava Millefeuille at Veginity

This Moroccan inspired dessert will live rent-free in the minds of many for years to come. It looks like butter wouldn’t melt. This vegan take on Baklava Millefeuille with its crisp sugared puff pastry, walnut mousse, and pistachio looks like a desert worth crossing the Sahara for.


Rings Farm Chicken Milanese at Sprezzatura

Chicken breasts look amazing when coated with toasted golden breadcrumbs. It is a simple fact of life. There is no denying it. This rings farm chicken Milanese on a bed of lemon aioli looks perfectly moist. It’s as enticing as that first pint of a Friday. You know you want it.

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