6 unmissable dishes at Taste of Dublin
If you've decided to brave the rain and head to the Taste of Dublin festival in the Iveagh Gardens this weekend, here are six dishes not to miss while you're there. A florin equates to a euro.
**Jaipur's Goan prawn curry**
It may be June, but with the weather the way it is, you'll need warming up. Jaipur is always one of the most popular restaurants at Taste, and this year its Goan prawn curry with basmati rice for seven florins should be a big seller.
**Il Primo's aged parmesan and chive risotto**
Anita Thoma, the chef at Il Primo, is a bit of an expert when it comes to cooking risotto, and her simple but very tasty version made with 36-month-aged Parmesan and chives is worth a try for four florins.
**The Exchequer's lamb and beef pasty with hot mustard mornay sauce**
What's not to like about this warming, tasty and portable offering from The Exchequer? Grab one for six florins.
**The Saddle Room's Carlingford oysters**
If the sun comes out - and you never know, miracles do sometimes happen - splash out on a bottle of prosecco and head for the Saddle Room's stand for some oysters fresh from Carlingford. You can get half a dozen for eight florins, or a dozen for fifteen.
**Pichet's crispy hen's egg with black pudding boudin, green pea vinaigrette, wholegrain mustard aioli oil and pea shoots**
Nick Munier and Stephen Gibson's Pichet is one of Dublin's busiest restaurants, and the crispy hen's egg is one of its most popular dishes. You can try it at Taste for six florins.
**The Cliff Townhouse's Yawl Bay crab cocktail with grapefruit, tomato and lettuce**
Yawl Bay Seafood in Co Cork produces some of the tastiest seafood around, and the Cliff Townhouse is putting its crab to good use in a cocktail priced at five florins.
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