Lennox Café

Sunday morning is a time for sleeping late and eating out. Sunday morning eateries and cafés are a rife in Dublin, but non so quaint and so popular then Lennox Café Bistro situated on Lennox street coincidentally! Judging by the queue outside the door many people shared our enthusiasm for the food, the atmosphere and the coffee.

It was a sunny Sunday a couple of weeks ago that we decided that we would take ourselves out for a lazy breakfast. When we arrived at Lennox Café the place was heaving with folk that had similar Sunday morning aspirations. We didn’t mind the wait, and took up our positions at one of the little café tables set up on the footpath outside the front door. Funky zebra stripped throws were thoughtfully placed to keep the chill out and the warmth in for waiting diners, I have never minded waiting so much in my life! 🙂 However, we needn’t have worried, it wasn’t long before we were quickly summoned to take our seats at a cute window table upstairs.

The friendly staff and the trendy interior made the whole experience that much more enjoyable. The menu didn’t disappoint either with french toast, freshly squeezed orange juice, freshly baked bread, and a fresh take on eggs Florentine consisting of softly poached eggs, served with sautéed spinach and minty hollandaise sauce. We ordered the traditional full Irish with a poached egg that was sitting proudly atop a thick slice of toasted doorstep, and a spicy breakfast tortilla.

I, for one, am a fan, and I certainly will be back to enjoy another lazy Sunday at the Lennox Café, so I guess I will see you all there? 🙂


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