Dining in Dublin

Dining in Dublin

(November 2010)

So a couple of weeks ago I went on a bit of a food crawl around Dublin to check out some of the fab cafes & restaurants dotted around the city… Lunch with Marion in Pepper Pot (first floor powerscourt town house): bliss - chick pea cabbage soup and goats cheese red onion jam sandwhich on home made brown bread with lemon poppy seed cake…such a great experience then to Dillinger’s Ranelagh for rose prosecco and hamburger and chips (what a wonderful combo ). Place was great, worth the trip out - very NYC . Then breakfast in the Cake Cafe … homemade granola with banana compote and yogurt devine and such a great place. Lunch in Coppinger Row: felafal salad - simple but nice and another great on the button place. Then for the grand finale and the wallet cruncher ( for the shop attached dolls boutique and tres cool ) … smoked salmon , goats cheese spread with beetroot pate and landcress followed by iced pomegranante cake . I floated home on the train to Galway.

So much going on in Dublin; independent, interesting, passionate people creating beautiful affordable dinning experiences for all of us. Heading to New York for a venture round the eateries of Brooklyn, lots of stories to share on my return of the food & frolics from the world’s coolest borough x

 

Dining in Dublin

So a couple of weeks ago I went on a bit of a food crawl around Dublin to check out some of the fab cafes & restaurants dotted around the city… Lunch with Marion in Pepper Pot (first floor powerscourt town house): bliss - chick pea cabbage soup and goats cheese red onion jam sandwhich on home made brown bread with lemon poppy seed cake…such a great experience then to Dillinger’s Ranelagh for rose prosecco and hamburger and chips (what a wonderful combo ). Place was great, worth the trip out - very NYC . Then breakfast in the Cake Cafe … homemade granola with banana compote and yogurt devine and such a great place. Lunch in Coppinger Row: felafal salad - simple but nice and another great on the button place. Then for the grand finale and the wallet cruncher ( for the shop attached dolls boutique and tres cool ) … smoked salmon , goats cheese spread with beetroot pate and landcress followed by iced pomegranante cake . I floated home on the train to Galway.

So much going on in Dublin; independent, interesting, passionate people creating beautiful affordable dinning experiences for all of us. Heading to New York for a venture round the eateries of Brooklyn, lots of stories to share on my return of the food & frolics from the world’s coolest borough x