The prices are pretty good for such an expensive city and the food was excellent: great poached eggs and a moreish celeriac and white truffle soup. The deserts and cakes were also very tasty.
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Avoca is in an area full of other shops and it's definitely worth popping in to look around. It's somewhat similar to an Anthropologie store with lots of different kinds of household items, fun lifestyle books, and of course, Irish knitwear. They had such a...More
Its usually busy here so when my friends suggested meeting here in early January on a Sunday, I didnt fancy our chances. Luckily it wasnt so busy and we were seated immediately. The brunch menu looked appetising and as I was hungry, I opted for...More
I went with my family for breakfast during December 2017. I had the pancakes with blueberries and macadamia nuts - excellent! We also got some great clothes at the store afterwards; I bought an adorable raincoat and my mom bought a nice wool scarf.
Love this shop and restaurant normally but there wasn't much other than lunch on the menu or cakes. Could do with Sandwich options. Americano Coffee strong and had to add hot water. Nice big croissants with ham and cream..yum! Cafe was busy and it's a...More
We frequently stopped in to the lower level cafe at Avoca to warm up mid-day with their wonderful hearty soups with house made brown soda bread and excellent scones! They have a wide variety of sandwiches available for eating in or take away. Note that...More
Went twice to take a lunch/brunch on the second floor. Cute shop, with an excellent restaurant on the second floor. Gluten free options available. Terrific food (10-16euro), nice fast service, coffee refills. Had falafel which was excellent. Also had the chorizo-stew, delicious as well!
Quirky wee shop,with restaurant at top of building. Great choice of menu with all prepared within eye view. Had coffe and scones, absolutely to die for. A must to visit and eat in this place. Staff very efficient and quick service.
Went here for breakfast whilst on a short break to Dublin. Very pleasantly surprised by the breakfast in the cafe on the top floor. The place was very busy but the friendly staff were excellent and breakfast was served very quickly. Very generous portions, kids...More