Earlier this year, a teeny tiny cafe on Kevin Street was named one of the best restaurants in Dublin by John and Sally McKenna's Guides.
Until that point it was a fairly well-kept secret, mostly frequented by foodies and hipsters.
Now you'll often find you have to queue for a spot at one of its two tables - but man, is it worth it.
The place is completely adorable, with its hand-written menus, children's drawings and stack of records in the corner.
But what really stays with you is the food.
It's a really unusual mix of Middle Eastern and Italian cuisine, giving you meals like Kai broc with curry powder tahini and date butter and watermelon with sheep cheese, fermented chilli and nigella seeds.
It's authentic, experimental and always delicious.
Plus it's super affordable, usually priced somewhere between the €3 - €8 mark.
See you there?