Tuesday 28 March 2017

Forget your lamb doner! Ireland's first chocolate kebab shop opens its doors

Declan Woods at Sprinkles, on the junction of Bray's Main Street and Quinsboro Rd Photo Credit: Bray People.
Declan Woods at Sprinkles, on the junction of Bray's Main Street and Quinsboro Rd Photo Credit: Bray People.
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A Wicklow business is dishing out a sweet twist on Ireland's favourite post-pub treat after opening the doors to the country's first chocolate kebab shop.

Husband and wife duo Declan and Christina Woods launched their sweet takeaway shop in September, dishing out dreamy offerings filled with shavings from their unique chocolate kebab machine.

The pair opened Sprinkles' doors last month on the town's Main Street and have been receiving much recognition from locals for their innovative twist on traditional doner kebab.

Speaking to the Bray People Declan said: "It's the first one in Ireland and it's great that we have it.

"The people of Bray have been very good to me and are genuinely nice people."

The couple sourced their speciality machine online after spotting a vacant spot on Bray's Main Street and they believed it was an opportunity they couldn't let slide.

While the sweet kebab seems like it would be the dream hangover sure, the choco-kebab café also dishes out speciality coffee from Bell Lane Coffee, who also supply Avoca.

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