Noshington, South Circular Road

I know some people are totally “over” Brunch. They’ve had enough of pancakes, avocado on toast and eggs Benedict! Personally, I haven’t πŸ™‚ I love getting up on a Saturday or Sunday, heading off for a nice walk somewhere and … Continue reading

Wineport Lodge, Athlone

The struggle is real … my next break away isn’t until October when I go to Croatia for a week. I can’t complain to be fair as I’ve had a couple of city breaks this year in Rome and Paris, … Continue reading

Wanderlust, Dalkey

I love those few months March to June where the bank holidays just keep on coming, from St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, May bank holiday and the June bank holiday… we get a nice few days off without using up any … Continue reading

Shakshuka, Rathmines

Middle Eastern food is pretty much my dream! There are a few options around Dublin now and all feature a menu with plentiful veggie options including falafels, hummus and pitta breads…. yes please and thanks πŸ™‚ I recently visited the … Continue reading

Five Points, Harold’s Cross

Every once in a while somewhere opens in Dublin that absolutely everyone is raving about…. enter Five Points in Harold’s Cross as the latest case in point. I would be highly surprised if you haven’t yet heard of them or … Continue reading

Nolita, Dublin

So this one may be a bit controversial given the recent pretty tough Lovin Dublin review … but here is my two cents worth! I visited the newly opened Nolita on George’s Street this week with a couple of friends … Continue reading

Rasam Restaurant, Glasthule

I love how Indian restaurants in Ireland have changed over the past few years… gone are the days of the cold and stark restaurant with a bare table and standard option of madras or jalfrezi. Now we have some absolutely … Continue reading

Art Afternoon Tea at The Merrion Hotel

So here we are again, on the on the countdown to Christmas! Work is insanely busy at the moment so the weeks are flying by and I really can’t wait for some time off to just chill out at home, … Continue reading