Food / May 23, 2022

5 Best Looking Things to Eat This Week: CHAR Food Village Merrion Square

Food / May 23, 2022

5 Best Looking Things to Eat This Week: CHAR Food Village Merrion Square

Things to eat in CHAR Food Village Merrion Square from May 23 until May 29

We’ve collected some of the most delectable foods being sold in Dublin right now and compiled them into an extensive ol’ list. Here are five things in Dublin this week that we like the look of:


Wexford Strawberry Ice-cream Sandwich – Cold Boi

Who doesn’t love ice cream or sandwiches? And we especially love ice cream sandwiches. This is a fresh creamy Cold Boi that tastes as fresh as the Wexford Strawberries it’s made from. Perfectly portioned for a lovely ice cream to cake ration. You can’t fault it.


Diavolo Pizza – Woodfired Pizza Company

You just can’t do better than a pizza. This is a spicy little number that doesn’t overwhelm but excited the pallet. And that cheese pull is sheer perfection. You could share it with a friend but it’s perfectly acceptable to polish off one of these tout seul. No judgement from us.


Nutella Cannoli – Ciao Cannoli

If you are looking to treat yourself, look no further. Nutella indisputably brings joy to the whole world. It can’t help in. Now imagine it in cannoli form. Genius knows no borders. Perfectly dipp-able and freshly made to order this Italian classic is the sweetest treat you’ll get all week. Get it with a coffee and feel yourself frollic.


Slow Cooked Beef Roll – Gingers

Sandwiches make the perfect portable food. So it only makes sense that if you’re down for a scamper at ILFD this week you have to pick this one up. The supple perfectly cooked beef would be enough to lure you in on its own but the soft bread and silky seasoning make this a perfect summer sandwich. Get in before Gingers goes back on tour.


Hambo – Griolladh

A typical cheese and ham toastie is already hard to beat, but this bad boy with its glazed gammon, secret sambo sauce and pitch-perfect pickles is a next level out of the parker.

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