Weeks on from a buzzy soft launch that saw everything snapped up in record time, William Murray and James Kavanagh’s Currabinny Caravan is proving to be a welcome new addition to Dublin’s food trucking scene.
The colourful green wagon has been settling in nicely in Inchicore alongside neighbours Rascals Brewing Co and Stillgarden Distillery, where the tasty fare on offer includes a nice selection of made-to-order sambos and delicious homemade bevvies.
An innovative menu board features a variety of fresh and imaginative offerings served on freshly baked sourdough from Bread 41. The thoughtful range of fillings includes such artisan goodies as free range ham from On The Pig’s Back, mature Coolatin Cheddar and Buffalo mozzarella from Macroom. There’s also a plentiful choice of homemade pickles, fermented hot sauces, seasonal greens and pickled plum mayo, alongside thirst quenching iced coffees and homemade lemonades zinging with flavour.
The dynamic duo can be found dishing up the goods from 10am to 4pm, Thursday to Sunday, while bags of their specially blended creamy, nutty flavoured Soma x Currabinny coffee are also available for sale in whole bean or ground format.