This will get you through the midweek slump - 5 of the best places for pancakes in Dublin
Published 21/06/2016 | 17:37
It might not be the weekend yet, but there was never a rule written about enjoying pancakes midweek.
While the options on modern brunch menus are endless, a tall stack of pancakes cannot be beaten.
Here are five of the best places to stop by and grab a plate of pancakes and crepes in Dublin:
1. Moloughney’s, Clontarf
Located on Vernon Avenue just a stone’s throw from the seafront, Moloughney’s is an ideal spot to drop in for breakfast any day of the week. The pancakes are fluffy and slightly crispy on the outside, while the streaky bacon and maple syrup combination is to die for.
2. Lemon Crepe and Coffee Co., City Centre
Lemon is possibly the most well-known crepe spot in the city centre – and for good reason. They offer sweet and savoury options, from traditional strawberries and cream to Mexicano-style. All crepes are less than a tenner too, which is a major bonus.
3. Le Petit Breton, Drumcondra
Le Petit Breton is a relatively new creperie in Drumcondra, but it has already made a name for itself as a place to watch. The Irish breakfast crepe gives the best of both worlds, combining a fry-up with crepes, while the homemade salted caramel sauce is mouth-wateringly good.
4. Yogism, City Centre
If you’re looking a healthier pancake option, Yogism is your place to go. The Yogism website describes their pancakes as “as delicious as they are healthy,” and that couldn’t be more true. There’s even a vegan option, which can be hard to come across.
5. Gino’s, City Centre
Gino’s is a great choice if you want to grab your food and go while browsing around the city centre. The crepes are made before your eyes and then wrapped into a cone container - ideal for diving in to on a morning stroll.