Posts Tagged ‘Lunch’

By Mark Keane Sound the horns, the fries are coming! Abrakebabra have been hard at work creating their next hit-in-the making range. Their constant desire to be innovative and satisfy customers cravings, has led them to the creation of their “Loaded Fries” which were originally inspired by the Abra Taco Fries. What...

By Mark Keane Christian Bale, star of the Batman movies, and known for his willingness to lose and gain weight for film roles, has turned down the role of Enzo Ferrari in Michael Mann’s biopic after feeling he couldn’t gain the required weight in a healthy way before filming began. Bale, having previously suffered for...

By Mark Keane One of Dublin’s best kept secrets, Jinny Joe’s ice cream parlour in Crumlin, has set up a new shop in The Bull Ring Market at Meath Street. The ice cream tubs come in a few different sizes, which you can then pimp out with three toppings and syrup. You can of course go wild and add more toppings at 50...

By Manon Gustave For all beer lovers, The Porterhouse Brewing Company is a staple favourite offering a large range of beers made in the same factory. Here, no Carlsberg, Guinness or Heineken, all the products are signed “Porterhouse”, which has been the crowning success of the brand. However, it would be a mistake to...

By Mark Keane The former home of Twisted Pepper, has undergone a new stylish renovation and has reopened as Wigwam. It is the brainchild of the people responsible for The Bernard Shaw, and last summers Big Grill Festival in Herbert Park. There will still be favourites like The Boxcutter Barbershop and Vice Coffee, but...

By Lynn Kuehner The hard work in the morning has to be rewarded with a proper lunch! Luckily, Dublin’s restaurants have delicious offers on their lunch menus that will fill up your energy reserves and give you power for the second half of the day. We collected our Top 5 must try dishes in some of Dublin’s best...

By Manon Gustave Sino Strbad and Zoe Hertelendi are owners of the recently opened restaurant Platform 61 on South William Street in the heart of Dublin City.  This Croatian duo have received rave-reviews on Menupages since opening. Platform 61 is an experience for any foodie looking for something new in...

My first food memory? I remember very vividly eating porridge every morning for essentially my entire childhood. EVERY morning… I must have enjoyed it because it was my first word after the usual “mama” and “dada.” I probably rebelled at some point but I enjoy a trip down memory lane with a bowl of Flahavans from...

My first food memory? Rolled up homemade pancakes filled with jam that we ate with our hands. I think the memory comes from a photograph; myself and my twin sister were very young, and had to be propped up against the wall to eat the pancakes. Best local area for restaurants? I live in Dublin 8, but I tend to end up...

By Manon Gustave South Circular Road has always been a very active and attractive area for those who are looking for cosy and charming houses with a dynamic neighborhood. It is why Barry Fitzgerald and his girlfriend Claremarie Thomas decided to established their bistro soberly titled Bastible, on Leonard’s corner. All...