The famed ramen experts have taken to the road and have a food truck pop up at Levis’ Corner House in Ballydehob, West Cork.
Working out of their sleek Airstream food truck, Bia Rebel’s chef Brian Donnelly and his partner Jenny Holland will spend the rest of August at Levis’ Corner House in Ballydehob, close to the Michelin starred Restaurant Chestnut.
Along with two consistent noodle dishes and the Bia Rebel Belfast ramen, Team Bia Rebel will be trialling a series of daily dishes. “Every day our food truck will offer four or more dishes that change daily,” Brian explains, “along with the two classic homemade noodle dishes, plus food from the charcoal grill. There’ll also be more focused yakitori evenings using absolutely every top to the tail part of, for example, great local chicken — dining on sticks approach that will suit the drinks and casual vibe of Levis’.”
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A recent example of one of the new dishes is a lamb sloppy joe: a thin soda bread bun, local lamb and crunchy veg flavoured with cinnamon, cumin, Szechuan pepper and coriander, topped off with a silky peanut butter sauce.
To keep things even more interesting, Brian will also be coming up with mystery dishes, made from what’s fresh on the day from the area.