You’ll be able to spot Cafe Irie by its bright blue exterior. Going inside, the walls are brightly painted and the counter area reminded me of an old sweet shop. The only thing is that this is a very small cafe, with the chairs and tables too close together.
The breakfast of scrambled eggs on granary toast was ok but the eggs were a little overcooked. If you are looking to have the full cooked breakfast, then fried eggs are served, so be sure to tell the waitress if you would prefer to have scrambled.
We were disappointed by the juices, as they were not fresh juices. They tasted more like the ones that have been mixed with water.
Along the counter, there were homemade brownies and muffins. It would have been nice if these had been better presented and if they had been displayed with covers. One thing that can be said is that the waitress gave us service with a smile.
Cafe Irie, Thomas Street, Dublin 2