Bite Size: Bring it on home

Some of the finest restaurants in the nation are now creating versions of their menus to enjoy at home. Here are our culinary choice tips for your next fancy night in

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
24th May, 2020
Bite Size: Bring it on home
Volpe Nera, Blackrock, Co Dublin has just launched a takeaway service.

Everything is changing in our lives these days, and that includes the food we are able to enjoy at home.

A number of high-end restaurants around the country are now offering a variety of delivery and collection services, offering everything from a Michelin-starred dark chocolate mousse to a seafood-themed afternoon tea.

It‘s a far cry from a spice bag – but at a time when we are all in need of things to look forward...

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