Support local: 5 places to get delicious at-home dinner kits in Dublin 1 month ago

Support local: 5 places to get delicious at-home dinner kits in Dublin

Date night and dinners at home can be just as special as a night out, once you have the delicious food and some good music.

...Of course the company helps too!

Sadly, lockdown is back and going out for dinner is once again a thing of the past. But fear not because you can still treat yourself to some delicious dinners at home.

The takeaway home cooking kits that some restaurants sold last lockdown were incredible. You don't have to shop for all the ingredients and the instructions are pretty straight forward. And the best part is the meal tastes better because you feel like you've actually done something to make it.

Here are some places in Dublin that are doing takeaway dinner kits over the next few weeks, that will keep your at home dining at restaurant standard.

777

This was one of my favourite places to pick up a dinner kit during the first lockdown, because they also do cocktails. Good ones.

So if you're in the mood for a Mexican feast like no other then pop into 777 and pick up one of their kits.

Host

 

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Host At Home is back tomorrow and now open Sundays too! ?

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Host restaurant do a 'Host at Home' menu and it really is fine dining brought to your house.

The head chef puts together the meals and all you have to do is heat them up in the oven. Divine.

Uno Pizza

If you love pizza you will love these pizza kits. Uno make the dough and give you the toppings, so you just have to do the fun part and put them all together.

Bujo

 

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They’re baaaacckkk! ??After the success of our Guinness x BuJo Home Kits, we’ve once again teamed up with @Guinness to celebrate the return of the @sixnationsrugby giving you the opportunity to get your hands on a limited-edition Guinness x BuJo Home Kit, featuring the ultimate Guinness Rugby BuJo Burger! . The kit has everything you need for the ultimate at home rugby celebration this October - burgers! Guinness inspired black buns created by Coghlan’s Bakery; Guinness cans and Guinness pint glasses; The Scullery’s Guinness Sticky Onion Marmalade; Oliver Carty’s beechwood smoked bacon; limited edition Guinness Rugby beer mats and a Guinness Six Nation’s soft rugby ball so don’t miss out. . A limited number of lucky Guinness x BuJo kits will feature a Guinness Golden Rugby Ticket for the chance to win not one but two signed Irish Rugby jerseys each, from both the men’s and women’s teams. . Follow the link in our bio and order by 2pm on Thursday for nationwide delivery?. . Over 18’s only. Please drink responsibly. Visit Drinkaware.ie . . #GuinnessXBuJo #bujohome #paidpartnership

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If you like burgers and are from Dublin you will have most definitely tried Bujo.

Their burgers are mouthwateringly good. Also, it's pretty fun to make burgers at home. Their at-home kit includes all the meat, some buns and a few toppings including pickles and Bujo's special sauce.

They also recently teamed up with Guinness on some delicious rugby inspired boxes.

Franks

Franks on Camden Street doesn't offer a full dinner kit, but if you want a cheese and wine picnic for dinner one night then you're sorted.

That's what they do - cheese and wine. And honestly, what else would you ever possibly need?