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Tayto are opening an actual crisp sandwich café in Dublin

Four flavours of crisp sandwich to choose from!

Source: Hilda O'Brien

CRISP MOGUL MR Tayto is opening a café dedicated entirely to crisp sandwiches in Dublin.

The pop-up shop will sell sambos with four kinds of Tayto crisp, for the price of €2 a go.

At the shopfront on Wicklow Street crisp sandwich lovers will choose between cheese and onion, salt and vinegar, smokey bacon and prawn cocktail.

(Also, €1 from every sambo will go to Dublin’s Simon Community.)

However, the shop will be open for only ten days – from March 5 to March 15.

Belfast got its own dedicated crisp sandwich café last month. It sold out entirely less than two hours after opening its doors for the first time.

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