Archive for: November, 2015

By Manon Gustave These last weeks were full of events and twists. That’s why we decided to recap a few news stories that may have passed you by! Here is our Crisp news to take away:  A new recipe for a Cadbury’s chocolate bar of 90 years old The famous sweets brand decided to change its famous Fruit & Nuts’...

There’s no doubt that Mexican is one of the nation’s favourite cuisines. With this realisation, many restaurants opened their doors stocking the finest dishes and taking burritos, tacos and quesadillas into the Irish lexicon.  To coincide with this week’s Taste of Mexico we’ve drawn up our Top 5 Favourite Mexicans to whet...

 By James Albert The winds of change are certainly upon us, as the stuttering Summer slipped into the brief Autumn. Some may be tempted to batten down the hatches and brace for a long cold Winter. We think there is still plenty on offer to make it worth braving the blustering wind and driving rain. As you make up your...

My first food memory? Childhood memory at home, my late mother was a great cook and she always made a great Dublin Coddle and an Irish Stew. Best local area for restaurants? Fade Street, Grafton Street, South William Street, Duke Street all have great choices and I think they’re very cosmopolitan. Most...

By Ernie Whalley Pacino’s, 18 Suffolk St, Dublin 2 “We spend 119.00, including wine and cocktails. It would have been reasonable value had my main and dessert been up to snuff.  I don’t want to be too disparaging though.  The electric athmosphere alone makes Pacino’s an enjoyable place to dine.  But there’s a...

By Manon Gustave Avoca is a paradise for food lovers, people looking for an original present or simply to offer themselves a tiny pleasure. A prosperity that just caught the attention of bigger company, seeing in Avoca a real potential and a necessity to expand it. The winner is Aramark, an american firm that employ...

By Manon Gustave November is a month of innovation at The Meeting House Dublin, as they launch a unique new Burmese Brunch and add some exciting new plates to their evening menu. Burmese Brunch is set to launch with a bang at The Meeting House. The new menu will include brunch classics with a twist, such as smoked...

From being the youngest ever Irish chef to earn a Michelin star (and hand it back!) to improving hospital food, or even making world headlines with his spat with a restaurant critic, Oliver Dunne is not one to shy away from controversy.  Here’s some facts you probably didn’t know about the man behind two of...

They are on TV, radio, in the newspapers. In a world where food is everywhere, these sacred monsters of the kitchen are more than just Chefs, they have become major brands too. However, most of them started from the bottom before reaching the stars and their path has been long and treacherous. Menupages scratched the...

By Manon Gustave The Dublin based distillery presents its new nectar, titled “The Revival Irish Whiskey”. A 15 years old single malt made to perfection.  Teeling Whiskey Co. opened a year ago,isa taking full advantage of Whiskey’s recent revival. In a short time the company has successfully gained strong brand awareness...