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French Foodie’s Top 5 Sandwiches

Need new ideas for your Sandwiches?Look no further! Ketty Elisabeth is one Ireland’s most influential bloggers. Her beautiful blog, has garnered a dedicated fanbase from far and wide and she has recently appeared in the national press. The rise of the blog’s popularity has culminated in the recent launch of Ketty’s French Foodie & Wine Tours of Dublin. For more info go to

Who doesn’t dream of a good sambo on their well-deserved lunch break? This month I decided to tell you about the best sandwiches I’ve tasted in Dublin City centre. These succulent sandwiches are gourmet, freshly made and full of flavours; they’re perfect if you are looking for a satisfying yet affordable quick lunch. Dublin has some fantastic spots for sandwiches so there is really no reason to go for that minging €3 chicken fillet roll. ta from 1. The Porcet The Fumbally

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