In case you hadn’t noticed, we think Dublin’s pretty great.
This city has everything, and it’s only getting better. So one may be forgiven for not knowing where to start.
So this week, we decided to give you a run-down of what the Lovin Dubliners are lovin’ about Dublin this week by showing some well-deserved love for our personal faves.
The range spans from food to culture to beauty treatments – so there’s definitely something for everyone.
Lovin’ something in Dublin this week? Let us know in the comments. We’d love to hear it.
1. Chicken roll – Tani Japanese
While we would normally lean towards fish when it comes to sushi – this warm crispy chicken and avocado roll has changed our lives forever.
We wanna eat it all day, every day. It’s dangerous.
2. The Little Museum of Dublin
Sometimes acting the tourist can be SO worthwhile and we can’t recommend a visit to this spot enough.
Nice spot for a date, eh?
3. The Japanese Kitchen
This tiny hidden gem serves some of the best and cheapest Japanese food in all of Dublin.
We could eat lunch here every day. Go for the udon noodle soup with chicken or beef – no rag-rets.
4. Pound Fit
One of the craziest and most intense workouts we’ve tried in a while – it’s a cross between a rave, a workout and a drumming lesson.
They’re expanding rapidly across Dublin but currently have classes in the city centre, in Dundrum and out in Bray. All the info you need can be found here.
5. The Pepper Pot
Made famous by the hilarious James Kavanagh, The Pepper Pot will NEVER disappoint. Their specials change daily but I devoured this delectable creation of avocado smash, parma ham, goats cheese and salad during the week.
Cleaned the plate.
6. YUMI – Elysian Brows
This lash enhancing treatment will change yo life. Our Kate Demolder is addicted to them, swears by them and can’t live without ’em.
If you’re a glam bitch you’ll love these.
In a nutshell YUMI is an advanced Swiss technique designed to life, curl and tint your natural lashes, adding volume and length. If you’re too scared to try lash ‘stensions this is a good place to start!
7. Salt and chilli tofu – The Blue Elephant
This Asian street food restaurant over near Blanch serves some of the best grub we’ve had in a long time.
Their tofu is crispy on the outside and then melts in your mouth. Really worth a visit. All the flavour and crunch of a spice bag but vegetarian.
Let us know what you’re lovin’ in Dublin this week and we’ll be sure to check it out for next week.