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PICS: You'll Forever Remember This Unique And Dreamy Brunch Experience

By Alana Laverty

January 15, 2017 at 11:04am


Anyone who works weekends will know the struggle of missing out on brunch. 

The sacred ritual. The social aspect. The glorious booziness. The absolute tashte. 

Every element that makes up a weekend brunch – taken away from you with a single shift. 

So, naturally, when I found out that Brioche in Ranelagh would begin serving brunch on weekdays, as well as weekends, I nearly went into cardiac arrest. 

A tiny beam of life came back into my life. 

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I'm not a huge believer in 'signs', but I knew for sure that this was one. 

We have arrived at the part of the story where I stop rambling and begin showing you the most food-porny brunch pics you'll ever see. 

Crab Haddock Buckwheat Porridge
Full Irish Boudin

From buckwheat porridge with crab and haddock to their full Irish boudin – the menu is unique yet classic. 

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I went in for the kill and tried the Eggs Benedict. I can assure you, they did not disappoint. 

Sweet, toasted, homemade brioche muffins topped with wilted spinach, ham hock with grainy mustard, perfectly poached eggs covered with creamy and lemon-y Hollandaise sauce. 

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And the home fries? Life-changing and I'm not even exaggerating. I've never tasted fries like 'em in my whole life. 

Strongly considering bribing the chefs for that recipe alone. 

You may recognise Brioche from a piece we published a few months back about a publicity stunt they pulled to unveil their rebrand. 


Brioche has all the vibes of a high-end, plush London or New York eatery. 

Inside the interior is different shades of navy and midnight blue, with gold accents throughout – you feel cool just basking in it. 

And the smell from the kitchen? You'll never forget it. 

Take a peek at the menu: 

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Check this place out for your next brunch date. 

Open for brunch Thursdays and Fridays 12:30 to 2:30pm / Saturdays and Sundays 11:30 to 4:30pm. 

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