Eva Longoria samples Ireland’s culinary delights… including a packet of Tayto
Eva Longoria made sure her taste buds were satisfied on her whistle-stop tour of the capital.
After taking to Twitter for recommendations, the Texan native headed to one of Dublin’s most popular eateries - Elephant and Castle in Temple Bar.
And while making her debut on Irish soil, the Hollywood star evidently heard about the legendary Tayto crisps.
The Desperate Housewives actress finished off her meal with a packet of Smoky Bacon flavour Taytos, a strange dessert choice if you ask us.
The petite star wrapped up warm ahead of her day touring the city, in a baby blue Crombie coat, knee high boots and a large scarf.
Earlier today she visited St Patrick’s Cathedral, the Book of Kells, and did a spot of shopping on Grafton Street in the River Island flagship store.
Having only flown in this morning on an Aer Lingus flight, she tucked into a full Irish fry up in Bewleys cafe.
The actress and activist will speak tomorrow at the Dublin Web Summit about her charity The Eva Longoria Foundation, which helps Latinas build better futures for themselves through education and entrepreneurship.