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Gillian Nelis

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2nd February, 2020

A taste of Argentina in D6

Brochetta aschadas – chicken and vegetable skewers with chimichurri sauce – and an Argentinian steak sandwich are among the new options on the menu of the revamped Peperina bistro on Dunville Avenue in Ranelagh.

Owners Evan McAuliffe and Diego Cabrera have invested €70,000 in refurbishing the restaurant, which opened in 2012, and Cabrera has also introduced dishes from his home country of Argentina.

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