The beer garden of the Glimmerman in Stoneybatter might not be the first place you’d expect to find a Vietnamese food truck, but it’s very much a pub full of surprises. Inside is one of the most eclectically decorated pubs in the city, including a bed hanging from the ceiling that contains Margaret Thatcher and Charlie Haughey. Make you way outside and you’ll find a new culinary option for the neighbourhood.
The ‘Vietnom’ food wagon is now located outside from 6-11.30pm Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. They’ve slightly extended the beer garden to accommodate the new food option and it makes a decent beer garden even better.
On the menu are salads, banh mi (Vietnamese bread rolls), and summer rolls (an assortment of veg, herbs, and noodles wrapped in rice paper.
It’s a great new option for anyone wanting a break from the usual of toasties and crisps, and it’s also a great new option for veggies and vegans as the whole menu is tailored for them.
The Glimmerman beer garden and a banh mi should prove to be a winning combination over the summer months.