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16th Mar 2019

Five Paddy’s Day Dishes To Try In The City This Weekend

Megan Cassidy

It’s Six Nations Saturday AND the official start of Paddy’s Weekend.

Two very compelling reasons to go green this weekend.

While ‘going green’ is usually associated with piles of kale (with a side of sacrifice) – this weekend, green gets interesting.

Here we’ve rounded up five of our fave patriotic dishes available in the city this weekend if you’re out and about.

1. Patrick’s Weekend French Toast at Póg

This green, white and gold brunch dish includes burnt orange, white chocolate mascarpone cream and toasted almonds. Bursting with flavour and deliciousness.

2. Bacon, Cabbage and Parsely Sauce Jambon from The Cupcake Bloke

If you have visitors in town for Paddy’s Day – it would be a sin not to introduce them to the jambon. This is available at The Bakery, Rialto and the Teeling Whiskey market tomorrow to celebrate Paddy’s Day.

3. Fifty Shades of Green smoothie bowl from Kale and Coco

These are the best smoothie bowls in Dublin – and this special Paddy’s Day version is only available today (they’re closed tomorrow and Monday) so grab one while you can.

4. Tricolour Sushi from Kimchi Hophouse

The oldest Korean restaurant in Dublin is still knocking it out of the park and has become a big favourite among the vegan community in the city. Tricolour sushi is calling our name this weekend.

4. Guinness Cake from Queen of Tarts

This spot off Dame St is literally Dublin baking royalty. If you’re in the mood to treat yourself to something sweet, don’t miss the Guinness cake. The ideal soakage.

Did we miss any Paddy’s Day dishes? Send them to [email protected]