Brought to you by Dwyers Garden Café.
Scouting for a new autumn meet-up location?
If an exciting, locally-sourced menu, quick service and easy parking are high on your list of mate-date requirements, Dwyer’s Garden Café should be your next stop.
The doors open at 9am for brekkie and you can swing by for a quick coffee or a sit-down, slap-up meal any time until 4pm.
From freshly blended fruit smoothies to scrambled eggs and Ballycotton salmon, hefty baps and Waterford blaas to French toast served with fried banana and a dollop of whipped cream, breakfast is an event at Dwyer’s Garden Café.
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Come lunchtime, they’ve upped the ante again with towering burgers, fresh soup and chowder and iconic sandwiches served with a Cork twist. And there’s good news for regulars; the specials menu always boasts something new and exotic if you fancy something new.
A tip; bring your appetite. The portions are generous and you’re likely to be tempted by a side or two and dessert.
Here’s what we’re ordering this week:
Smashed Avocado Toast
Everyone’s favourite hipster brekkie comes any way you like it at Dywer’s Garden Café: add bacon and egg for a take on the classic fry-up or plump for chorizo and roasted cherry tomato to turn your breakfast into brunch.
With layers of lush organic yoghurt topped with crunchy granola and fresh berry compote, the Granola Sundae is the healthy way to spoil yourself after that morning workout. Maple syrup optional.
Start the day with some heat; Dwyer’s Masala Eggs are served with spicy chilli, potato and herbs and a homemade chapati for dipping.
Quiche of the Day
There’s always a new gourmet quiche on the go at Dwyer’s Garden Café – choose your individual pastry tart made with local eggs and fresh veggies, then load up on salad for a filling lunch that’s as nutritious as it is yummy.
The Buttermilk Chicken Burger
Long afternoon ahead? Fuel up with Dwyer’s mouthwatering buttermilk crust chicken on a toasted bun with crisp lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle and ranch dressing served with fries.
The New York Style Reuben is a sandwich that will transport you to the Big Apple on your lunch break. Dwyer’s version has a tasty Cork twist; it’s made with O’Connell’s Cork Spiced Beef, sauerkraut, gherkin, Emmenthal cheese and Russian dressing on sourdough.
Breakfast at Dwyers Garden Café on Forge Hill is served from 9am to 12pm, with lunch from noon until 4pm. In a hurry? You can also skip the queue and pre-order online.