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#1183

Fancy hipster place?? Eataly does a decent take away pizza but fancy it ain’t. Maybe you mean McMahons.


#1184

Nope.

A galette (to anyone north of the River Tolka) is a buckwheat pancake. The brekkie one with a fried egg, puddin’ & sausages is immense.


#1185

Mmmmmmmmmmm :stuck_out_tongue:


#1186

I’m always more critical of DNS places, hard to please a local and all that.


#1187

The Washer woman maybe?


#1188

It’s Anderson’s lads!


#1189

ye should have tried running past one of the 45’s !:grinning:


#1190

I did! Once in each half! Seriously there was very little gap between each game. My legs were very stiff the next morning. Won’t be doing that again in a hurry!


#1191

I was offering a suggestion on what the fancy hipster place is - washerwoman has toasted treacle bread and wild boar black pudding for breakfast, hipster heaven.

Haven’t been to Anderson’s, I work in the area so must give it a go


#1192

It’s French cuisine no? Don’t think folks in Drumcondra or surrounding areas can take credit for it unfortunately!


#1193

Who runs Washerwoman’s now?


#1194

The Drumcondra one has French crêperie options that the Glasnevin one doesn’t have.


#1195

Hipster places, French cuisine & crèperies?

Gone fierce posh out the northside!


#1196

The McCleans.


#1197

You should see the looks on the faces of some of our country brethren post match, when they walk in & all they want is a plain hang & cheese sangitch. The joys of a good cheese croque monsieur (which was already seriously naff here, by the 1980’s) haven’t made it as far as Monaghan, never mind Belfast ! :stuck_out_tongue:


#1198

A “croque monsieur”?

Do enlighten me.


#1199

#1200

Have to give that a try!


#1201

Good call, croque madame.


#1202

It’s nice after a trip to Croque Pork!