Breakfast – Fern House café, Avoca Kilmacanogue 

I don’t think there is a better spot for breakfast than Avoca’s award-winning Fern House Café. The spacious, Victorian style fern house is uniquely decorated with orange & lemon trees, making  it a special breakfast location in any season, not to mention the food. When you eat in (or from) Avoca you know you are going to get 10/10 for taste. With nearly every option on the menu including some of their homemade bread, scones or pastries it is hard to go wrong with choice.

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The Fern House Café 

Their menu has everything from ‘Gluten free Blueberry Pancakes’ to a ‘Full Irish’ and ‘Homemade Super-Berry Granola’. They also have a good selection of cold pressed raw beverages, teas and coffees. Like I said you can’t go far wrong with this menu. I was boring and went with an ‘Amy staple breakfast’ Scrambled eggs on toast. The eggs were cooked to perfection and the 3cm thick brown bread toast totally hit the spot.

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Scrambled eggs on brown bread toast and Poached eggs with sourdough – Avoca Fern House

Although Avoca is one of my absolute favourite places for breakfast, lunch, dinner and takeaway meals, you know you pay for the quality you are getting so a lot of the times Avoca will be a bit more expensive than other cafés. Having said that, I was surprised when I saw my meal was only 8.95 euro (which kept me so full nearly all day).

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Victorian Style Fern House 

I really couldn’t recommend it enough and it is by far my favourite breakfast spot in all of Dublin. I would advise on the weekends that you make a reservation.

Food:                    9/10

Atmosphere:     8.5/10

Price:           4.25 euro – 12.95 euro

The Girl on the Go xx

 

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