We have been in Dublin a lot recently and I thought I would put together a series of posts on where we have stayed and where we have eaten. Today’s post is about Brasserie 66, a great little spot for brunch! Located in Dublin City Centre close to Temple Bar, Grafton Street and St Stephen’s Green. They use locally sourced ingredients, their beef hung for 21 days and their fish bought fresh every day from markets. All food is cooked to order too!
In Brasserie 66 you have several menus to choose from. They serve lunch (HERE) brunch and dinner (HERE) with a vegetarian (HERE) and children’s menu available. You can also choose from a desert (HERE) menu, cocktails (HERE), wine (HERE), beers (HERE) and spirits (HERE). The menu we chose was the brunch menu. It is available Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 3pm. Read the full menu HERE. Brasserie 66 has Coeliac options available as well as indicating where an item on the menu can be coeliac adapted.
I loved the decor of the Brasserie. The atmosphere was vibrant and a little bit hipster but there were lots of areas of interest to look at without being too much. I loved the wall of vintage plates and the light fixtures. We were lucky to have a table by the window which was perfect for some people watching.
From the brunch menu we ordered The Sixty6 Full Irish for 14 euro and the Toasted Ham and Smokey Cheese Sourdough Sandwich with Paprika Dusted Skinny Fries for 11.50 euro. I also had a Mimosa which was delicious although pricey at 10.50 euro. Our meal was delicious. My husband really enjoyed the Full Irish and I devoured my toasted sandwich. Portions were generous and we both struggled to finish our plates.
Dining in Brasserie 66 was a very enjoyable experience and the quality of the food was exceptional. The atmosphere was laid back and the service friendly but efficient. My only negative was that the tables were very close together and if it was very busy you might feel a bit crammed in. I will return for another visit soon! Great little spot.
Where else would you suggest we try?