Cuan, has long been a name synonymous with sandwiches in Belfast, and in recent time, The Belfast Bap has become a legendary vehicle for quality fillings.

The sister restaurant of Cuan Belfast opened on Easter Sunday and we headed up to Smithfield to check out the hype at Cuan Dublin.

‘The Beast’ is the signature sandwich and weighs in at a whopping 1lb. An overload on quantity doesn’t hinder the quality, as Cuan only source the best ingredients available. Slow-braised Dexter beef from Donabate Dexter, roasted free range Irish chicken, their very own Cuan bacon, raised by Jubilee Farm, Dromona Makes It cheddar, beef tomatoes, rocket, crispy onions & homemade chipotle mayo packed into in the soft and fluffy, Kirk’s Bakery Belfast subroll.

 

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I’ll say it now, The Beast is instantly one of the greatest sandwiches in the city. Three quality meats are perfectly complimented by the rest of the stack and each bite is an epic journey. This is not a light snack before the gym though, box yourself off some recovery time (especially if you have a side of Patas Bravas like us too) as the Cuan beast could even be shared.

Cuan has sustainability at the very core of its business with a high level of work going into sourcing the best meat and produce available in the country. Cuan works directly with farms has a number of agreements in place to buy full animals throughout the year.

Cuan has big plans for Smithfield this summer and we cannot wait to see that big square put to use!

 

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