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Regular readers of Hot Dinners will know that we're keen supporters of the Irish in London. As second-generation Irish ourselves we're always delighted to be able to bring Londoners a taste of Ireland here in this city. But we couldn't be more thrilled to break the news that one of our favourite food bloggers and authors Niamh Shields - better known to some of you as Eat Like A Girl - is going into business with top Islington bar Homeboy. If you've been following Shields since she first started her blog back, you may have tried her food when she had a market stall in London. Or you'll have been enjoying - as we do - the pictures of her daily dishes on Instagram or caught her cooking at a festival or pop-up. But now she's taking over the kitchen at Homeboy on Essex Road where she'll be serving up super bar snacks, comfort food suppers and worth-crossing-town-for brunches. One reason to make it over here at the weekends will be the brunch dishes Niamh is planning including boxty potato pancakes , waffles, and a Full Irish. And good news for veggies or anyone with dietary restrictions - there'll be meat-free alternatives along with gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan options. The menu is a list of our favourite things from home and where we live now.
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