Blog By Keva Doyle

Monday, June 30, 2014

Brunch in Whitefriar Grill

I had been told to try Whitefriar grill for some time now and never got around to it, I did manage to get there eventually and I was not disappointed. It is a really buzzy restaurant and the food was great. We got a table straight away and were looked after really well.



Now onto the important part - the pictures of the food we demolished!



Above is gambas benedict, a combination I have not seen before and seen as I like eggs Benedict and gambas separately I decdied to give it a try. I was delicious and nice to have something different from the norm.


Oh my god these waffles are amazing - especially if you have a sweet tooth. I shared them with my friend Andrea and half is definitely enough, they come with caramelized bananas, roasted hazelnuts, warm nutella and chantilly cream. It is very much like a desert so splitting it was the perfect solution!



We tried the elderflower berry lemonade and the mint lemonade both delicious although the mint lemonade tasted like a mojito without the rum. The drinks menu was amazing and there is a lot more on the menu that I would like to try.



The great news is that brunch is served from 10.30 in the morning until 4pm in the afternoon for both Saturday and Sunday. After having such a good experience at brunch I now want to try The Whitefriar Grill for dinner. My only feedback is that it is a pity that there is not more space for tables outside as we didnt get to enjoy the sunshine.


After brunch we decided to go for a walk in Stephens Green park and enjoy the sunshine. It has definitely been at least 5 years since I have walked through the park. It really is a gem to have in the middle of the city and very much like the Irish version of central park. The flowers were gorgeous in the park I had to take a picture with them.




I hope you enjoyed reading.

Love BB xx
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