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Food / April 27, 2021

Tír deli on Baggot Street launches today

tir deli @tir_deli
Food / April 27, 2021

Tír deli on Baggot Street launches today

By Emily Mullen

Sambos ahoy

Baggot Street’s latest lunch spot has opened today. Tír deli will be slinging seasonal Irish sandwiches to the suits left in Dublin’s unofficial CBD.

They’ve got a small but perfectly formed sandwich menu for their launch, which will be changing with the seasons. Smoke-Roasted Beef which layers dexter beef with onion marmalade, cheddar, horseradish mayo, salt and vinegar crisps onto a Bretzel Bakery ciabatta, Sunday Roastie made up of roasted free-range chicken, seasonal roasted vegetables, sourdough stuffing, cheddar, greens, lashed with mayo and gravy and served on a Tartine Organic Bakery’s sourdough. There’s the Smoked Pork which is a smoked free-range pork belly, with greens, seasonal slaw, served with rhubarb chilli jam on a Bretzel Bakery ciabatta, and the veggie-friendly Gooey Cheese made up with smoked cauliflower, leek and cheddar gratin, greens, kale pesto and fermented hot sauce served on Tartine Organic Bakery’s sourdough.

The deli’s menu is chocked full of refreshing ingredients that have been crafted through smoking, curing, fermentation and roasting.

Using a quality line up of Irish products sourced from local producers, farmers and growers, the team have plans to make as much as they can in-house, “just the mayo, crisps and bread not made by us…….yet,” they wrote on Instagram.

Tír deli was born out of the closure of Cocu a couple of weeks ago, the new spot is situated just down the road from where Cocu Kitchen operated.

Tír deli will be operating out of 9 Baggot Street Upper, follow them on Instagram for more information.

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