Mentioned by The Irish Road Trip
Best Brunch Cork City: 11 Spots Ye'll LOVE in 2021
"Having already won the hearts of Dubliners with their outlets on Dame Street and in Rathmines, Umi Falafel opened their first branch outside the capital earlier this year, on Academy Street in Cork. Their handmade falafel, cooked in low-fat rapeseed oil, is the centrepiece of the menu – you can get it in a sandwich of Palestinian pocket bread or a wrap, or you can try some falafel ‘bites’, either plain or stuffed with mozzarella cheese. These are best accompanied by something from their tempting mezze menu, or one of an array of healthy, freshly prepared salads."
"With branches in both Dublin and Belfast, if you’re looking for an authentic falafel experience then look no further than Umi Falafel. Umi is Arabic for “mother” and thus gives an indication of the care put into each order placed in the restaurant. Falafels are freshly made before your eyes and are made from a combination of 15 healthy and natural ingredients."
"Average Rating - 4.7Total Number of Ratings - 50+Location - CorkAverage price - £££Review - Does Jose have wings?. Amazing delivery and top notch food 😍. View Umi Falafel Menu"
"Cafe Gusto is another spot that’s said to dish out some of the best brunch Cork has to offer. It was established in 1999 and was once the famous O’Brien coffee shop that operated since 1941. The creative force behind the cafe, Marianne, had travelled extensively around the world before returning to Cork in1998."
"Average Rating - 4.3Total Number of Ratings - 50+Location - CorkAverage price - ££££Review - Omg those cookies are on another level!!!. Garlic bread was lovely and crispy too well done. View Papa John's Menu"
"Average Rating - 4.4Total Number of Ratings - 50+Location - CorkAverage price - ££Review - Great food, v cheap. View Lennoxs CF Menu"
"Grab a bite to eat and chat with the vendors they have great recommendations to share!. The Old English Market is a covered food market in the city centre that is a popular hub of activity for both locals and tourists alike. Located just off Cork’s main street, fresh local produce, artisan foods, chocolate, and traditional Cork fare are just some of the offerings available in this vibrant market."
"Exploring the history of butter is bound to make your mouth water. Make your way to the nearby English Market where you’ll be able to buy some of the delicious, locally produced butter and spread it on some artisan sourdough for maximum enjoyment. Other delicacies include fish, shellfish, sweets and organic meat."
"Blarney Woollen Mills is one of Cork’s longest-standing clothes stores, with a fantastic reputation for making high quality clothes from locally sourced wool and yarn. With its Cork store still based in the hometown of Blarney, you know that Blarney Woollen Mills still keep their roots firmly in County Cork. A flagbearer for County Cork around the world, Blarney Woollen Mills […]"
"Whether you’ve a banging hangover on a Sunday morning or it’s Monday morning and you fancy a healthy breakfast fix to get you through a busy workday, Perry Street Market is worth a shout. This cute café is all about locally sourced produce and freshly made from scratch breakfast foods. The full Irish is both fulfilling and delicious."
"We've seen lots of action happening at Dwyers - which already went to great lengths to cater for outdoor drinking and dining last summer. The team there have been very, very busy in recent days, putting in a purpose-built platform that will provide the base for seats and tables down one side of this big pub. There'll be a good menu, lots of space, room for walk-ins and thanks to that platform, no rickety tables!"
"Having opened up in the City back in 2018, Dwyers is a firm favourite of Corkonians for boozy brunch. Pick any dish from eggs benedict to their incredible pancake sharing platter and pair it with unlimited prosecco or mimosa for just €25 - what a bargain."
"Head to Dwyers of Cork for one of the best bottomless brunches in the country. Pick any dish of their menu, we suggest the Swiss roti or shakshuka and have unlimited prosecco or mimosas all for €25!. Address: 27-28 Washington St, Centre, Cork, T12 WC93"