30 thoughts on “Ask A Broadsheet Reader

      1. Spud

        Lovindublin is probably wetting itself (I mean ‘losing it’s poo’) on an article about a ‘Donito’ or a ‘Burrnut’

  1. Spaghetti Hoop

    Is the little doughnut kiosk on O’Connell Street still cooking?
    Can’t stand them though.
    Would have thought this an unhealthy craze for 2017.
    At least the burritos were a nutritious meal.
    Ah here, would love an oul Silver Bullet now…..

  2. Vote Rep #1

    I can’t wait to see what thing Ultan discovers, even though it has been around for ages, and complains about.

  3. Happy Molloy

    The cupcake thing was silly but the doughnut thing is just sillier. This is not opinion, this is fact.

    1. Kenny U-Vox Plank

      Why not take the cream out of the donuts and fill the Luas tracks so that Dublin cyclists are safer? After all, it’s not real cream…

  4. theo kretschmar schuldorff

    How can Dublin move so hastily on to Doughnuts with the implementation of the Burrito programme so conspicuously incomplete? One still cannot be had in Phibsboro.
    There isn’t even a place call Phibsburrito yet.
    Dear Sir, I wish to make a complaint.

    1. Bonkere

      phibsboro only got it’s first proper coffee shop last year, I think this donut craze will pass it by

  5. Dhaughton99

    Isn’t that one in the pic now closed down.

    Tasted 2 types from the place beside St Stephens Gn and nothing special. Certainly not worth €3 each. I’ll stick with the 5 custards for €1 from Tesco.

  6. DavidT

    There was a milkshake fad as well not long ago.
    Oh, and juice bars.

    Any readers up for guessing what’s next?

    Baked Alaska with bacon maybe?

    1. Happy Molloy

      hot dogs definitely. like pinkies in LA.

      plus hot dogs and champagne are a thing in London.

      at least hot dogs are nice (potentially)

      1. Spud

        Been and done already.
        Porndog outlet only existed for what seemed a few weeks before I heard it shut…

  7. mildred st. meadowlark

    I love donuts. They are a favourite treat of mine. I welcome the donut invasion.

    Don’t really care if I’m the only one, if I can get a bit more variety than a jam donut.

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