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Food / July 14, 2021

Bowls by Kwanghi reopens in Dublin 1 with a new street food concept

Food / July 14, 2021

Bowls by Kwanghi reopens in Dublin 1 with a new street food concept

The Marlborough Street spot closed on April 11th

Bowls by Kwanghi have reopened their Dublin 1 after several months of closure, renaming it after their food truck Bites by Kwanghi. The spot on Marlborough Street closed on April 11th, has reopened once more with a new street food concept.

The team wrote that the Bites by Kwanghi, would be opening with a new street food concept which is “something different”, made up of a “new street food menu”.

While the new street food menu is yet to be released, they did announce that there would be coffee from Cloudpicker their Portuguese egg tarts.

“All the good favourites and we will be creating more exciting bites as we have our full kitchen,” they wrote.

Bites by Kwanghi will be open from Monday to Friday “for now”, and they will hold off doing deliveries “we will look into it later date”, they wrote.

The premises was originally inspired by the “Cha Chaan Teng” café establishments that saw popularity in post-war Hong Kong. Known for their eclectic and affordable menus, the Hong Kong Style Cafes combined traditional Hong Kong cuisine with Hong Kong-style Western cuisine.

You can find Bites by Kwanghi on 56 Marlborough Street, the Rotunda, Dublin 1, Monday-Friday from 10am -5pm for coffee and 12pm – 5pm for food, visit their Instagram account for more information.

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