Food and drink
Most people's favourite dishes are on the menu with a few twists, so it's a safe option. Szechuan-spiced lamb sits alongside confit duck leg and fish and chips or an organic burger. The brunch menu is exciting; baked eggs with camembert and patatas bravas or a Sunday roast with Yorkshire pudding, you'll be drooling.
Sorry to be boring, but the fish and chips or the organic burger are my top picks, and the chips are delicious!
Laid-back cafe style, sociable with no fuss – there’s a cute terrace upstairs for sun-soakage if you can grab one of the three tables. There is also funky music and contemporary art.
As above! Fuss free and relaxed, however if you're in a rush maybe stay away as there's generally a wait at busy times.
It's at the end of Camden Street, atop of Wexford Street, and a five-minute stroll from Grafton Street.
This is the best bit – nothing is over 10 euros!
Tables to book
If it's sunny, try to beat the rush to the tiny outdoor terrace upstairs. Otherwise, downstairs is best.
- Backpackers / Students
- Culture vultures
- First-time travellers
- People watching
- Chilling out