Food


Top 5 Cheap Eateries in Dublin. 

There are inexpensive and delicious places to eat out in Dublin. This being the capital city of Ireland with an abundance of differing nationalities means that there are loads of different types of cuisine that can be enjoyed.

1. Simon’s Place – 22 South George’s Street

Open 6 days a week

- Coffee, Tea and Sandwiches

2. Little Ass Burrito Bar – 32a Dawson Street

Open 7 days a week

- Mexican Food

3. Boojum – Millenium Walkway, Smithfield

Open 7 Days

- Mexican Food

4. Staple Foods – Unit 4 Merchants Arch

Open 6 Days

- Salad, Gluten Free and Sandwiches

5. The Monogolian Barbeque – 7 Anglesea Street

Open 7 days

- Mongolian/ Buffet

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We don’t all have loads of time to spend in the kitchen. We aren’t all Nigella! So here are a few quick fixes for your inner chef….

1. Chocolate Brownies

How to make Quick and Easy Brownies

Credit: AllRecipes (YouTube)

2. Quick and Easy Lasagne 

Eat it hot out of the oven or freeze it and reheat for a delicious snack!

Credit: AllRecipes (YouTube)

3. How to make your own Pizza Crust

Undoubtedly as college students, we are all partial to the odd slice of pizza. So why not make your own? This easy step-by-step guide to making your own pizza base will help you achieve this. All you need to do then is add your own toppings… There’s no way you can feel guilty about eating it now, right??

Credit:  AllRecipes (YouTube)

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