Roz Purcell has been treating the people of Dublin to some tasty and incredibly healthy nibbles in her pop-up cafe on Baggot street today.
The Natural Born Feeder pop-up is open until Friday and having already sold out today, the shop is definitely a success.
Offering soups from €3, sweet treats from €2 and protein packed smoothies from €5 and with all the proceeds going to the Capuchin Day centre, there's no excuse not to get down there this week.
Wow what a busy day just finishing up the #naturalbornfeeder pop- up opening tomorrow at 8 am! First come first serve, with all takings going to the capuchin day centre. Please be nice to the staff they're all my family and first time waiterscan't thank @gillbooks @huntercomms enough for making this idea come to life! #lowerbaggotst #dublinfood #healthyfood #popupcafe
You can find the shop at 140 Baggot Street Lower and it opens from 8am so be sure to get there early.
And if Twitter is anything to go by, the snacks are simply delicious.
— Jo Archbold (@Yo_IM_JO) February 10, 2016
— Kirsty Blake Knox (@KirstyBlakeKnox) February 10, 2016
— Niamh Breslin (@NiamhyB) February 10, 2016
— Wilson Hartnell (@WilsonHartnell) February 10, 2016
— Martyn Rosney (@martynrosney) February 10, 2016
— Emma Williams (@emmawilliamser) February 10, 2016
It all looks scrumptious.