Food and drink
The menu is short and sweet, with a mix of French and Italian dishes, and something for all palates – tapas and salads, fish, chicken and even wild boar. The wine list is extensive (there are not that many by the glass however). You won’t be blown away by the food, but you’ll have a great time. Homemade desserts are one of the features.
Try the steak, or the wild boar. The homemade desserts are delicious.
Sunday brunch is a popular and lively affair with live jazz to lift the spirits. The atmosphere is bubbly and warm and there’s something about the colourful walls and mood lighting that provokes great conversation.
It's informal and chatty – you’ll be sharing a few jokes with either your host or your waitron.
It's on the ‘Golden Mile’, Dublin’s Merrion Row, close to Stephen’s Green.
Best value is Sunday brunch with dishes from 8-15 euros and live jazz.
Tables to book
Book a table upstairs for Sunday brunch with live jazz from 1.15-3.30pm.
- Culture vultures
- First-time travellers
- Seasoned travellers
- People watching