We've already checked out Dublin city and Leinster. Now we've rounded up the most delicious brunch spots in Munster.
10 Bedford Row, Limerick
An entire brunch menu awaits at The Buttery and we’re reliably informed that the homemade buttermilk pancakes are the things to order here. If that doesn’t appeal, how about steak ‘n’ eggs or fabulous French toast? Nom.
7 Sarsfield St, Limerick
It’s a breakfast, not brunch menu at Hook & Ladder, but go at 12pm and feel like you’re timesharing the meal. We like the sound of the date and cinnamon scone, the breakfast butty (hangover cure, yo) and we bet the #fitfam won’t pass the gluten-, dairy- and sugar-free homemade power bar.
32 Washington Street, Cork
It’s Saturday only for this Stateside-inspired brunch. What’ll you choose? The East Coast breakfast, the full American or the US-style pancakes? There’s also the cute A Sparkling Start, which involves a glass of bubbles, eggs Benedict or Florentine plus coffee or tea.
5 Sullivan’s Quay, Cork
The original Sober Lane dishes up hangover soakage on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 3pm. Have it your way waffles, the bacon cheese burger pizza and the morning after fill – the ultimate breakfast roll – mean this is an amazing spot to have in your ‘OMG I’m dying’ brunch arsenal.
Dominic St, Tralee, Co Kerry
The spot lives up to its name with a menu that’s filled with treats. Enjoy fluffy pancake stacks, bagels with cream cheese and bacon, the house speciality – yummy French toast – plus there are plenty of meaty options too.
86 The Quay, Waterford
Naturally, blaas – the soft white bread bun that’s local to Waterford – feature and shouldn’t be missed. Check ’em stuffed with bacon, sausage and Ballymaloe relish, or go for the full-on sugar rush with cinnamon French toast, lavished with cream, banana and maple syrup.
This article first appeared in STELLAR’s September issue. The November issue is on shelves now!
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