We love a little alfresco brunching.
And with the erratic nature of the sunshine in Cork lately, it’s handy to have a shortlist of dependable outdoor spots to head for if hunger strikes while it’s dry and warm out.
Over on Proby’s Quay, Proby’s Kitchen has just opened for weekend brunch, coffee, and fresh juices.
Sister restaurant to The Liberty Grill and Café Gusto, Proby’s Kitchen has something the other two do not; a garden terrace for kicking back and enjoying the warm weather when the sun shines.
Here’s a little peek:
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The garden, which sits in the heart of the historic Medieval quarter under Elizabeth Fort, boasting stunning views of Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral, will be open on weekends all summer, serving a small brunch menu on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 3:30pm.
So what’s on the menu? Sweet options include the Coconut French toast, with coconut and maple yogurt and Rosscarbery strawberries or the Ricotta Pancakes with banana and honeycomb butter.
If it’s a savoury feast you’re after, hit the Pancetta Hash with sage fried eggs and Aleppo pepper.
The crew is currently working on the construction of the indoor restaurant too so you can expect Proby’s Kitchen to be sticking around when the summer’s over.