Irish breakfast in Dublin

It’s been a while since I posted something for the “Irish breakfast” page. This breakfast we had in Dublin in a small cafe on a side street near Grafton. By that time I was a bit tired of Irish pubs (which are crazy cool in Dublin) and wanted to find something small and cozy.

It’s a small bakery and cafe right across the street from the tea shop. It’s really dark inside, like in the most pubs and cafe’s I’ve been in Dublin, there were some candles and lamps on the walls. And Christmas decorations, of course. The food was really nice and tasty, I only wish I tried something from the pastry… )

I was strong (almost) and had a tasty porridge with raisins and banana. But well, pancakes with maple syrup and blueberries is not something you can easily resist you know.

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  • Charles Smith

    Goddamnit, yes, by all means – make a post about a big, delicious looking breakfast while I’m sitting here in bed at 3.30 in the morning pretending I’m not hungry and just desperate for something like this right now. Omg, what I wouldn’t give for a plate of this right now! Fried bread though, none of this toast rubbish… and black pud too!

    • Blackie Warner

      Haha Charles <3
      That's why I post them, so I could look at them in the hungry mornings and think of how tasty it was.. )

  • Mark

    That place looks smashing!!i must try it!Charles is right about fried bread!my mum used to cook it for us for breakfast with the best bacon and eggs ever!Fried bread will kill you and I’m pretty sure that’s why they serve toast nowadays ))