Let's Do Brunch
Much More Than Eggs
Until now, L’Enoteca Di Napoli opened for breakfast, lunch and the best meal of the day- dinner, but we hadn’t fully embraced the brunch trend. Our chefs and staff have been hard at work, putting together a delectable brunch menu and extending our serving hours to suit those of you who like to dine a little more casually. Not content with a standard brunch menu of eggs and avocado, we have included some of our Italian classics for brunch with a twist. Next time you’re in need of an excellent brunch in Dublin, try the brand new brunch menu in your favourite Italian restaurant, L’Enoteca Di Napoli.
Meal times in Italy were pretty standard until recently. We enjoyed a set breakfast, lunch and dinner with little snacking in between – Gelato being a very important exception. In the past 10 years, the lines between breakfast and lunch have blurred, leaving us with a whole new meal combining the two, especially for later diners who enjoy a lie-in on Sundays. While the rest of the world gets into a tizzy about smashed avocado and poached eggs, we Italians do Brunch in our own special way. There are many qualities that makes an Italian brunch stand out from the crowd, here are some we have adopted in our central Dublin restaurant.
Aside from an Italian restaurant, where else would you find pasta on the menu so early! Italians believe that delicious food, especially our signature homemade pasta, should be enjoyed any time of the day and not kept for a special occasion. That’s why our brand new brunch menu has a selection of our favourite pasta dishes including homemade ravioli, carbonara, spaghetti & meatballs and of course, an all-round favourite, lasagne. You may have dreamed of eating pasta for breakfast as a kid and now as an adult, you can realise your childhood fantasy with our unique Sunday Brunch!
A True Taste of Italy
There are a couple of Italian-style restaurants in Dublin offering their version of an Italian-American brunch but if you’re looking for a truly authentic meal, L’Enoteca Di Napoli is your best choice. Not only are our chefs and servers Italian, the majority of our ingredients are imported directly from our trusted suppliers in Italy to ensure a genuine taste of Italy in every bite. Our brunch dishes range from our delicious pasta, a lighter, healthier salad option and some more local dishes like a gourmet burger or some light and fluffy pancakes so there is something for everyone.
Coffee and Mimosas
Not only can you eat like an Italian every Sunday in L’Enoteca Di Napoli, we also have a fantastic selection of Italian drinks on offer. A leisurely brunch is a great way to wake up with a smile and everyone knows how much a great Italian coffee can help with that! We are proud importers and advocates for Tico Espresso Napoletano, what we believe is Italy’s best coffee. If you fancy a boozy brunch (and let’s face it, that’s the best kind!) we also have a great selection of Italian beers, wines, prosecco and spirits, perfect as an aperitivo. If you’re celebrating a special occasion you might even take a look at our impressive cocktail menu. We make an excellent Aperol Spritz – a mixture of prosecco, Aperol and soda water which is very popular in Northern Italy.
Our Dublin Restaurant
Not only do we have the best Italian brunch in Dublin, we are ideally located in the inner city, close to all public transportation. If you’re travelling from out of town, you can get any Dublin Bus to the city and walk a short distance to our Fenian Street restaurant. Our closest DART station, Pearse Station, is a 3-5 minute walk (depending how desperate you are for coffee!) and Trinity Luas stop is just 10-minutes stroll. Believe us, our fantastic new brunch menu is worth travelling for!
Our brunch menu is available every Sunday, between breakfast and dinner and is a welcome change on the Dublin brunch scene. If you’d like to book a table, you can call in, phone our friendly team or reserve online using our online booking tool. We look forward to welcoming you for brunch very soon!
Until then, remember to eat well because Il buon giorno si vede dal mattino (a good day starts in the morning).