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zaytoons, dublin

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Okay where were we with the Dublin food? Wednesday?

By Wednesday the homies were both in town so we wandered around the City Centre browsing menus until we found something tasty. Our original plan was to hit up Elephant & Castle but they were packed to the brim with no open tables until 10pm.

Zaytoons was good. I had the beef barg which was a giant flatbread with beef, onions, yogurt sauce, lettuce, and some red chili sauce something or other. Basically lots of my favorite things all on one plate plus french fries. Heaven.

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October 7, 2009 at 11:53 pm

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gruel, dublin

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Joann meet bangers and mash. Bangers and mash meet Joann.

This is the post where we have some bangers and some mash.

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October 3, 2009 at 9:53 pm

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ely wine bar, dublin

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I took Joao’s team up on their offer for dinner and joined them at nearby Ely’s for some fancy pub style food.

The night started with Bulmers which is a sweet, lovely Irish pear cider and ended with pannacotta. In between was the main course and some good conversation whereby my work brain got full to the very very brim.

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Written by joann

October 2, 2009 at 9:35 pm

yay! we’re in dublin!

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I’m using the royal WE so you can live vicariously through me.

This is your Dublin intro post. A leisurely walk through my first few days in the Dubs. It involves the mall, French stuff, and fried fish.

I landed around midday in Dublin so I had to power through and stay up until atleast 8pm to try and shake off the jetlag. To make sure those hours melted away as fast as can be I headed to the mall (shocking) where I rifled throug the H&M racks and acquainted myself with Penney’s. I also indulged in some mall food.

Pizza, of course. Toppings were ok, the crust was meh. At least the cheese wasn’t weird like it often is in Asian pizzas. Cheese is not a strong point for Southeast Asia. Sorry.

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Since I was doing so good whippin’ jet lag’ butt, I treated myself to some pistachio ice cream from an Aussie chain. It was alright but not particularly memorable.

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October 1, 2009 at 9:11 pm