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"Nobody's going to have a lobster roll every day," the waiter says.

And Klaw serves pretty much the only decent one in the city. Price: €16 Details: 5A Crown Alley; Temple Bar; Parnell Street is one of Dublin's most brilliantly scattergun strips, a mash-up of Asian supermarkets, Korean BBQs and dive bars that resists description.

This humdinger was one of the most recommended sandwiches of our campaign. I queued for 23 minutes to get a takeaway sandwich at the Green Bench Café off Harcourt Street. Handed over in a brown paper bag, it was hot, fresh, and cooked on the spot that morning. Its Empire State Building is the Pastrami Melt, with shreds of corned beef crammed in alongside melted cheese, spinach, mustard and pickle on a whopping, Bretzel Bakery bap. The usual culprits - pulled pork and ham hock - do make an appearance on the menu, but The Ruby makes the most powerful statement in Oxmantown. Disappointingly, it doesn't come from Ireland (for that, you need to order even more expensive dishes), but it does come from Maine.

But it works wonderfully well - cold against the hot bacon, sweet against the savoury notes, juicy against two great doorsteps of crusty bread. Blaas are a USP, delivered fresh from Walsh's Bakehouse in Waterford - home of the soft, floury bap.

It's got good teas, salads and soups, but we're here for sandwiches, and the one to go for is the Serrano ham with mozzarella and avocado.

Served on toasted sourdough, with a hidden sprinkle of seeds and a homemade herb dressing ('it's a secret recipe,' I was told gently), it's not the best sandwich in Dublin (I blame the iceberg lettuce) - but it is a perfect match of sandwich and café - and that's one of life's little pleasures.

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This is an ‘I guess it’s salad for dinner’ kind of sandwich, though the leaves do assuage the guilt. Rightly laid out on rye and loaded with thickly-sliced pastrami from Mc Carthy’s Butchers in Kanturk, it finishes with sauerkraut, horseradish, Swiss cheese and, of course, pickles. Be warned, however - brownies on the counter are cleverly cut small enough to feel like a justifiable treat First, the price. And the filling is seriously delicious - a mix of mayo, chervil and Tabasco that hits the sweet spot in jig time.

The pasta on the side is an unnecessary (and unasked-for) garnish in my book, but the sandwich itself hits the spot. How can you possibly justify charging €16 for a small brioche roll? Your hard-earned cash goes into quality ingredients and seafood know-how, in other words.

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Together with our colleagues across 55 offices in 30 countries, each year we complete in excess of 1300 assignments within most major industries and functional areas.

This is an ‘I guess it’s salad for dinner’ kind of sandwich, though the leaves do assuage the guilt. Rightly laid out on rye and loaded with thickly-sliced pastrami from Mc Carthy’s Butchers in Kanturk, it finishes with sauerkraut, horseradish, Swiss cheese and, of course, pickles. Be warned, however - brownies on the counter are cleverly cut small enough to feel like a justifiable treat First, the price. And the filling is seriously delicious - a mix of mayo, chervil and Tabasco that hits the sweet spot in jig time.

The pasta on the side is an unnecessary (and unasked-for) garnish in my book, but the sandwich itself hits the spot. How can you possibly justify charging €16 for a small brioche roll? Your hard-earned cash goes into quality ingredients and seafood know-how, in other words.

Principal Connections partners with Large Multinational Corporations, Small to Medium Enterprises, Start-up and Family Owned Businesses, Not-For-Profit, Semi-State and Public Sector Bodies in the identification, assessment, and recruitment of key Management, Executive and Specialist leadership talent.

The firm has offices in Dublin and Galway delivering executive search and retained recruitment services to organisations located across Ireland’s prime industry locations of Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway, Mayo, Sligo, Westmeath and Belfast among others.

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