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New Cafe In Harold’s Cross Stuns With Fab Breakfast

It’s been a while since Harold’s Cross Road had something to be excited about. With petrol stations, old pubs and little local stores, it seemed, like it was just going to stay this way. Until one day, a new cafe decided to enter the area and make some noise.

 

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Located in the heart of the Harold’s Cross Road, opposite the petrol station is a fresh and new cafe called Five Points. If you were ever in this area, you may have seen a cafe there before. Well, yes indeed my fellow friend, there was once a cafe called The Brick House. You have been there and have not enjoyed it, there was nothing unusual to write about the old cafe, so we didn’t. Maybe that is why you haven’t heard about it, eh?

 

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Anyways, the new cafe attracts people with its modern look and chill-not-so-chill music. Simple style, with wooden floors and tables. There is an eye-catching design on the counter-wall. Symbols made of lines, made of lines, made of more lines. If you stare at it for a long time, I assure you will feel dizzy as hell. If you are a freak and like to look at epilepsy-type images, then check out their website, it’ll make your head spin.

 

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Ok, so we may not like the site and the weird design, but we’re not here to judge the art, right? It’s the food that attracted us. Hungry in Dublin team went for breakfast. And just as we thought, it was goddamn awesome.

 

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Small selection on the breakfast in Dublin menu, yet each dish has plenty to offer. The above breakfast is called Chorizo Eggs. When was the last time you had chorizo eggs, huh? Or have you ever had one? These eggs are served with guacamole, diced tomatoes, peashoots, feta and firehouse sourdough.

 

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Want a veggie breakfast? Five Points cafe serves Turkish eggs, yum. Topped with confit garlic yoghurt, asparagus, broccolini and firehouse sourdough, this breakfast is surely gonna boost anyone’s energy levels.

The price? Pricey, but worth it. Everything is made with high standards, the customer service is friendly. Coffee? If you enjoy 3FE coffee beans, you are in luck. A guy who became 3FE manager decided to open up his own cafe and this is how Five Points was born. And was a success this is!

No doubt, this place is perfect for a great breakfast in Dublin with family or friends.

Quick Info:

What to go for: Breakfast in Dublin, Coffee in Dublin,

What to Try: Eggs and Coffee!

Coffee beans: 3Fe

Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 7:30am-5pm Sat-Sun: 9am-5pm

 

 

 

 

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