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8 delicious Dublin food stalls you need to visit immediately


LAST WEEK, WE told you about Lala Poutine, a food stall in Dublin dedicated to poutine.

But what other food stalls do you need to know about?


1. Bean and Goose

For the most decadent hot chocolate in Dublin.

And chocolate that’s to die for.

Where: Temple Bar Food Market, Meeting House Square

When: Saturdays, 10am – 4.30pm

2. The Cupcake Bloke

A cheeky cupcake? Oh, only if you insist.

Where: Coppinger Row, Dublin 2

When: Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays

3. Shoots and Roots

Food stalls aren’t all about messy burgers or garlic cheese chips, you know. Shoots and Roots is a food stall that specialises in healthy, wholesome food. A sample of the food they serve? Sweet potato, blackbean and cashew nut cake and chickpea, squash and buckwheat cake.


Where: Sandyford Indusrial Estate/Honest2Goodness Market, Glasnevin

When: Sandyford: Fridays 11.30 – 2pm / Honest2Goodness Market, Saturdays 9.30 – 3.30pm

4. Zero Zero Pizza

Like the sound of authentic woodfired pizza that tastes like it came straight from a Roman oven? Then you have to get your hands on some Zero Zero Pizza.

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Keeping it real Neapolitan style. #classicmarg

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Where: Spencer Dock Food Market

When: Wednesdays from 11.30am

5. The Paella Guys

Authentic tasting paella served up in the heart of Dublin? Count us in.

Where: Various (see here for more information)

When: Various (see here for more information)

6. Burger Republic

Burger Republic are serious about their burgers. (Seriously, read The Pledge of the Burger on their Facebook.)

All the better for us, because you’ll be hard pressed to find a better burger in the city.

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Steak & chorizo burger @inmeatwetrust yum!!!!!!

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Where: Various (see Irish Village Markets for more info)

When: Various

7. Say Fish

One for all the fish and chips aficionados. They’ve been known to serve us delicacies like cajun haddock in a brioche bap…

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And Asian fish cakes.

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Where: Various (see Irish Village Markets for more info)

When: Various

8. The Temple Bar Oyster Bar

If you’re knocking around Temple Bar on a Saturday, it’s frankly rude not to treat yourself to a platter of oysters and white wine courtesy of the Temple Bar Oyster Bar.

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A Dublin institution, really.

Where: Temple Bar Food Market

When: Every Saturday

Previously: Ireland’s first dedicated poutine place opened in Dublin today and it’s delish >

Aungier Danger is opening a donut shop in Arnotts on Henry Street this morning >

16 brilliantly Irish alternative Valentine’s Day cards >

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Amy O'Connor

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