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Legendary Dublin pub The Gravediggers just invented the Irish spring roll

Featuring ham, cabbage and spuds. YES.

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JOHN KAVANAGH “THE Gravediggers” is a well known pub in Glasnevin, Dublin – with a serious reputation for pouring a fine pint of Guinness.

And that’s evidently not the end of their talents, because:

They’ve made their own very Irish versions of spring rolls

springroll2 Source: Facebook

Oh. Yes.

A new frontier for traditional Irish pubs, surely.

The Irish spring rolls were announced on Facebook this week and contain ham, cabbage and spuds – all in a traditional spring roll coating

springroll3 Source: The Gravediggers

They look like they would go down as well as a packet of King cheese & onion with a pint of the black stuff, to be fair.

Our compliments to the chef.

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