From decadent bakes to killer sandwiches, here are my 6 favourite places to eat on your next trip to Vancouver.
Value is important to me. I’m not cheap – I’ll spend a little more on a 5-star hotel if it’s worth the money – but I hate feeling ripped off. A couple of years ago I won tickets to Taste of Dublin, and even though I didn’t pay for the tickets, I still felt like… Continue reading Taste of Dublin 2017
When you’re essentially an unpaid intern like I am you don’t have much money for nights out. Given that I’m a recent convert to beer, and my husband has a massive beer collection, there’s no shortage of drinks in the house for cosy nights in. Thanks to gifts and some recent duty-free shopping, there’s no… Continue reading Review: Drop Dead Twice, Dublin
Unsurprisingly, I’m a BBQ fan. We’re spoilt for choice here in Dublin, with delicious offering from the likes of Pitt Bros, My Meat Wagon and my personal favourite, Bison. We’ve been even more spoilt for the last few years with the arrival of The Big Grill Festival in Herbert Park. I selflessly dragged myself there… Continue reading The Big Grill Festival 2016
I’m a fan of brunch, and I’m even more of a fan of being able to get brunch nearby. Rudys opened this month in Blanchardstown, and I was delighted to see that they offer brunch. You’ll find the menu here. The Meat When it comes to brunch, I like it meaty, so I went for… Continue reading Review: Brunch in Rudys, Blanchardstown
If you’re like me, a lot of your really vivid memories will revolve around food. I can still remember every last forkful of the delicious linguine with broad beans and cream I ate in a San Francisco restaurant we happened upon on our honeymoon. As a child I was less discerning. One of my favourite… Continue reading Review: Opium, Wexford Street