• Eat in Dublin

    Where to Eat in Dublin

    I don’t think Dublin is known for its food culture so I didn’t have any specific dishes I wanted to try prior to going. I was pleasantly surprised to learn they eat a lot of seafood, which I love. Thinking about it now, it makes perfect sense as it’s a seaside city. Here’s my favourite eats from Dublin. Crabby Jo’s Again, I can’t recommend going to Howth enough if you’re ever in Dublin. If you like the seaside and seafood this is the perfect spot. Along the harbour all the fisherman’s restaurants are lined up. Unfortunately, VERY pricey but what can you expect when it’s fresh fish? As much as…

  • Water Lane Boathouse

    Trying Out Water Lane Boathouse’s Food Menu

    First Belgrave Music Hall in the Northern quarter, then Headrow House on The Headrow and now most recently, Water Lane Boathouse in Granary Wharf. The team behind all three of these know what they’re doing and Leeds is loving it! I’m so happy to have Water Lane Boathouse so close to where I live. It’s a given local to have with its beer garden, own bakery, location near the canal (actually on it), beautiful window views and affordable prices for everything they serve. I’ve visited a couple of times already and it’s been busy all times, especially at the weekend, so it seems the locals can only but agree. Despite being…