Rolling Donut opens its largest location yet at Arnotts in Dublin
THE Rolling Donut has opened its largest location yet at Arnotts this morning. The luxury brand also introduced a new range of dessert options – that are exclusive to the department store. Ne…
THE Rolling Donut has opened its largest location yet at Arnotts this morning.The luxury brand also introduced a new range of dessert options - that are exclusive to the department store.5The Rolling Donut has just opened a brand new store at ArnottsCredit: Twitter
The first 30 customers to the store tomorrow will get a free desertCredit: The Rolling DonutNew treats such as Red Velvet Donut Waffles, Donut Ice-cream Sandwiches, filled Hot Donut Balls and Chocolate Fondue sharing platters are on offer.Customers can now also choose their own gourmet toppings and signature glazes to personalise their dessert experience.
To celebrate the launch, the Rolling Donout are offering their first 30 customers a free desert in the store tomorrow.The new store, which is located at the Abbey Street entrance of Arnotts, comfortably seats 24 customers inside and a further 11 outside.
It is approximately 530 square foot, with a modern, clean, stylish design, now trademark of the The Rolling Donut brand.'MOUTH WATERING'Speaking about the new launch, owner Lisa Quinlan, said: “I am so excited to be announcing the opening of our new donut dessert bar concept exclusive to Arnotts.
"It’s incredible to team up with such a well-known, iconicbrand."The space is bright and airy which is ideal for trying out all our new creations."We’ve been very busy working on perfecting our menu and layout of the space which we hope our customers will love.
"We’ve made sure to keep our plant-based customers happy by providing vegan options for every menu item."“We have been months in the kitchen developing and perfecting these new menu offerings, currently exclusive to Arnotts.MOST READ IN FABULOUS
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"Our team sat down and asked 'what is the most mouth-watering, luxurious dessert you can possibly think of?'"And that is how beautiful creations, such as our new donut ice-cream sandwiches and hot donut balls were born.”The Rolling Donut brand was first set up in 1978 by Lisa’s father, Michael Quinlan, who went on to establish the iconic Dublin donut kiosk on O’Connell Street in 1988.
5A warm delicious red velvet sourdough donut waffle pressed and served with your choice of two gourmet toppings, signature glaze and Ice-creamCredit: The Rolling DonutThe caramel and pecan cronut can be purchased for €3.505Bite sized hot donut balls Read more: Irish Sun »
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