When I think of Dublin I think of the wonderful people I met, the interesting conversations we had and the great food we ate. Today I am sharing my favourite breakfast and lunch hotspots.
My favourite place for breakfast and lunch is Brother Hubbard, it’s everything you want and need from a cafe. It comes with delicious breakfast, great service and a gorgeous interior. The menu offers a wide range of salads, toasts, sandwiches and hot pots. And if you just feel like coffee and cake … don’t hesitate and go try them all. I am not a coffee drinker, but they serve 3FE coffee at Brother Hubbard and apparently this is THE coffee. They are vegan and vegetarian friendly.
Lovingspoon is the place to go if you are in for a more of a traditional breakfast. Great breakfast choices, friendly staff and a relaxed vibe for a perfect start to the day. What else can you really ask for? Cute detail: And their tables are made from old Singer sewing machines. This seems to be the place where locals go and we all know: if there are locals it must be good. Coffee lovers out there: they serve 3FE too.
Boojum is a Mexican burrito bar – it’s a nice place for dinner or lunch where you will find hands down, the tastiest burritos/tacos and salads. While the menu is minimal, it’s really more than enough. What I really liked about their burritos is that they are full but don’t make you too full.
For a healthier option there is salad bar Chopped, the place to be for a healthy and fresh lunch. Although the idea is the same, it is not to be confused with the British Chop’d, here you can make your own salad and as well go for names that go by the name of Joyce’s Choice, Dubliner Caesar, Molly Malone. They also serve smoothies, healthy wraps, sandwiches and snacks.