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Sunday 11 December 2016

Top five tasty dates for your Bank Holiday food diary

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Five tasty dates for your Bank Holiday food diary...

We've rounded up the top five foodie experiences in the capital this Bank Holiday weekend.

Taste City Fusion's Food Truck Fair

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Friday-Sunday, October 23-25; click here for details

A new four-day festival from the team behind Taste of Dublin, Taste City Fusion has an action-packed line-up, most of which requires booking. Or just rock up to Christchurch Cathedral for free access to this food-truck fair.

'Paris to Tokyo' at Amuse Restaurant

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7.30pm, Thursday October 22; click here for details

Chef Conor Dempsey (ex-Dax) cooks up an exciting fusion of French and Japanese fare as part of Taste City Fusion (€67 for five courses, plus amuse bouche, petit fours and tea/coffee).

Jaipur Pops Up at Café en Seine

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7.15pm, this Friday; click here for details

Jaipur bring their blend of Indian flavours and Irish ingredients back to the city for one night only as part of Taste City Fusion (€47 for five courses with welcome drink).

North Great George's Treat

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7.30pm, Saturday, October 24; Tickets here

Centime Markett team up with Billy Scurry to cook up a four-course harvest feast (€50 including cocktail on arrival).

Lost and Found - Wild Foods

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12pm-4pm, Sunday, October 25

As part of the Fumbally Stables' Autumn Series, The Nadur Collective present an advanced workshop on the art of foraging wild and edible foods, linking forgotten skills with a 'modern mindset' towards wild food (€60).

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