Breakfasts in the world: Dublin
Three ingredients are mixed in Dublin: an ancient history, unparalleled architecture, and a lot of personality. The Irish capital boasts a discreet, but unforgettable, and so is its gastronomic experience.
The Dublin stereotype may be more defined by beer after work than for the mid morning espresso, but don't let that close you to the possibility of a good breakfast. Traditional, vegan, organic ... Whatever you want, Dublin offers it to you.
If you are in the capital for a limited time (Dublin is perfect for a bridge getaway), do not leave your hours traveling: Behind every great Dublin tourist attraction, there is a great breakfast. Find out.
Having breakfast at The Larder, very close to the City Hall © The Larder
For those mornings when you wake up with the decadent foot, The Larder will attend to all your whims. From the elegant Benedict eggs, to the typical Irish breakfast at Baked goat cheese and tomato tartlets, Larder does not disappoint.
The star of the menu? He Hot pan, an individual pan filled with bacon, mushrooms, potatoes and egg that will keep you full until the time of the pint.
Take the opportunity to visit: City Hall, at the end of Parliament Street, is an example of magnificent Dublin neoclassical architecture.
Attention to your Hot Bread, perfect to start the day © The Larder
Those who are counting euro cents have an essential option in The Fumbally. In the middle of the old quarter and operated by a cooperative, Fumbally puts organic products within reach of all budgets.
The menu changes periodically, according to the available ingredients and the imagination of the chef on duty, but prices remain invariably affordable. Some Fumbally eggs or an avocado and amaranth toast They won't leave you for more than five euros.
Take the opportunity to visit: St. Patrick's Cathedral, The oldest church in Ireland is just around the corner.
Organic products for Sanote breakfast bars © The Fumbally
LimeTree Café offers you exactly what you see when you enter: Homemade and delicious breakfasts in a cozy environment and with few pretensions. At the foot of Phoenix Park, LimeTree merges into the natural and fresh environment of this urban forest, and gives you the opportunity to gain strength with Scrambled eggs with salmon and organic yogurt with granola.
Take the opportunity to visit: Phoenix Park, the lung of Dublin, It is a short walk from LimeTree.
Homemade and delicious breakfasts, as done by a Dublin mother © LimeTree Café
Dublin pioneer in the art of brunch, Herbstreet is a "must" of the Irish mornings. Nestled in a privileged place by the river, with a terrace that lends itself to spend an entire Sunday, Herbstreet goes out of his way to serve the palates of tourists and office workers alike.
In the menu there are from the pancake selection Dublin's most generous, about rancher eggs with avocado bruschetta with mozzarella and cashew pesto. You choose.
Take the opportunity to visit: Trinity College, the emblematic university campus, less than a kilometer.
Pancakes, TORTITAS © Herbstreet
Whitefriar Grill comes with warning: Not suitable for vegetarians. In this self-styled brunch steakhouse, the menu is carnivorous in the most creative sense of the concept: waffles with foie gras, parmigiana chicken and Korean-style barbecue pork ... Everything has a place in your menu.
To accompany, and blow the hangover, Try one of their explosive cocktails (Who wants champagne with watermelon?). One tip: reserve a table or leave early, because you usually hang the sign of "all full" half morning.
Take the opportunity to visit: Dublin Castle, to a perfect walk to lower the empacho.
Loved by both neighbors and visitors, LovinSpoon is a café-gallery that is worth moving to the north of Dublin. Small and familiar, LovinSpoon boasts a selection of sandwiches and paninis unmatched in the Irish capital.
He Mozzarella Melt It is a safe bet, and its traditional Irish breakfast comes with a vegetarian option, a milestone in the Dublin culinary scene. The coffee? Generous and powerful, in the purest Irish style.
Take the opportunity to visit: James Joyce Center, to see Dublin from the eyes of his favorite literary son.
Carnaza for blunt breakfasts © LovinSpoon