2018 Highlights

2018 was a great year for me, filled with highlights, both food and non-food related. The biggest personal highlight of the year being my wedding in June that took place in The Millhouse in Slane. Such an incredible day. Plus everyone was raving about the amazing food! We quickly followed up the wedding with a…

Review – Il Vicoletto, Dublin

On a hot, sticky evening a group of us headed out for dinner in Dublin in search of some fine Italian food. We had booked a table in Temple Bar’s Il Vicoletto. Located on Crow Street, the small restaurant has been serving up traditional Italian food for the last 20 or so years. (Fun fact: Il Vicoletto translates…

Hang Dai

Hang Dai – All duck no dinner? More like all duck, prawns, tofu beef and noodles for dinner!

Fork ‘N Tasty: Cuba

Before going to Cuba we heard so many bad things about the food. These myths could not have been further from the truth. Almost everything we ate in Cuba was delicious. Fresh lobster, ropa vieja and incredible cocktails. The state run restaurants aren’t great so try avoid these. The best places to eat are the…

Fork ‘N Tasty: Peru

Peru is the birth place of so many foods. Potatoes, corn, quinoa and many peppers and chillies all originate from Peru. While here we ate in a huge variety of places, from Chinese joints (chifas) to world class restaurants and pizza at the base of Machu Picchu to making our own traditional Peruvian food. Central…

The Winding Stair

I’m usually a little skeptical when it comes to early bird or pre theatre menus. Not really sure why. Maybe it’s because some places make it feel like they’re doing you a favour by offering you simple, cheaper meals that don’t taste great but fill you up. The pre-theatre menu at The Wind Stair is…

Pang

When you get a hunger pang do yourself a favour and head down to Pang