All those times you've said "cheese please" have finally paid off – we're bringing you a list of Dublin's best mac'n'cheese.
A true mac'n'cheese lover, like myself, will go much out of their way to dine in establishments that serve this beautiful pasta dish. It is always worth it.
Klaw, Temple Bar
A sinfully cheesy mac 'n' cheese with the choice of either crab or lobster .
The very definition of decadence.
Skinflint, Dame Street
Not your average, basic mac'n'cheese – this one is gracefully served in a serrano ham cup.
Delicious? Also yes.
A cold mac'n'cheese? Ehhhh...
Sounds weird, sounds gross, but KC Peaches' Hegarty's Mac and Cheese salad with garlic leaf aioli is actually unreal.
Featherblade, Dawson Street
Truffle mac'n'cheese? We'll take a tray please.
Personally, this could very well be the best thing I have ever tasted – but if truffles aren't your thing, it's probably best to avoid this one. Just in case that needed explaining.
Marks and Spencers
I've included one convenience mac'n'cheese for those who like to eat mac from the comfort of their own home.
Smokin' Bones, Dame Street
A smoky take on this traditional southern dish, baked with Irish cheddar cheese and a dash of secret seasoning. YUM.
Alfies, South William Street
Mac'n'cheese for €4 in the city centre?
Doesn't get better than that lads.
The Great Wood, Blanchardstown
You'll find what is probably the creamiest and sauciest of the group over on the city's Northside.
Served with garlic bread, this one is delish.
Box Burger, Bray
Yeah, we know it's not in Dublin. No, we don't care.
I dunno about you, but I am absolutely hankering for a massive, cheesy, carb-filled bowl of mac 'n' cheese.