Ireland Dublin pub launches €20 chicken fillet roll challenge - and it looks very achievable

19:27  08 february  2018
19:27  08 february  2018 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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A Dublin pub has unveiled a new type of food challenge, calling on anyone who can eat their gigantic chicken fillet roll for free - if they can.

The Shamrock Lodge in Finglas launched the challenge this week, inviting chicken roll lovers to consume three and a half fillets with lettuce, butter and mayo in a huge French baguette.

Punters have just 15 minutes to eat the huge baguette, which looks manageable enough for chicken fillet veterans.

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However, the cost for those who can't complete the challenge in under 15 minutes is €20.

And don't bother trying to get help - you've to go it alone and you can't put extra sauce on the roll, or have a drink while you tuck into the big bird sandwich.

Still think you can manage it? You're not the only one: interest in the roll is so high that The Shamrock Lodge have asked challengers to message them on Facebook to pre-order the monster meal, which you can do here .


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