50 Cities 50 Hashes: David O’Brien at Herb Street in Dublin
Ireland is famous for a few things. Our beautiful country, a certain black stout and our long standing love affair with the potato. Therefore, it was only fitting that Dublin would appear on the Hashcapade map. So recently, myself and a few friends went along to Herb Street on Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock.
Herb Street is a popular brunch spot in Dublin and we were set to get our corned-beef hash fix! Despite our love of the potato, hash is a rare enough dish to find on menus around Dublin. Thankfully, we lucked out here – Herb Street serves it with their version of the ‘Full Irish’ breakfast.
Along with bacon, sausage, black pudding, poached eggs, we we’re served a generous tower of hash. It was delicious! Potato with peppers and generous chucks of corned beef, seasoned well. With generous portions on offer we all had a leisurely brunch overlooking the impressive vista of Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock.
It was a great occasion to get together with friends and enjoy brunch on a lazy Saturday morning. I am very grateful to be part of the 50 city Hashcapades- it is a fantastic project to be a part of. Any excuse to spend more time with friends eating brunch eh?
|David is a trainee lawyer (full-time) and food-blogger (part-time) and recovering fishmonger (college job). His blog, ‘The silver chicken’ was set up in 2011. Why the strange name you ask? Everything else was taken! In his spare time he likes to cook and travel. In an ideal world he feels there would be no spring onions. Fancy twitter? @silverchicken1|
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