Crow Street, Temple Bar
We went for a bottomless brunch in spot known for comfort food done well, I oped for the prawn scampi with hand cut chips.
€22 for my main which, while very tasty and decently portioned I still think is a little overpriced for this particular dish. However, considering we added the bottomless drinks option for €20 I still felt like the overall experience was good value for money.
Bustling yet relaxed. This spot has a very nice vibe to it, having been previously for dinner mid-week and, this time for weekend brunch I can safely say they have the atmosphere nailed.
Friendly and attentive.
Why I Liked it Enough to Share:
I love a bottomless brunch option so, I was delighted to see Crow Street offer one which they’ve done really well; the drinks were genuinely bottomless with plenty of staff on offer to make sure you had as much as you wanted and, you could choose between several different drinks on their bottomless menu. The food was fresh and tasty and, the overall vibe of the place is really welcoming.
Birthday celebrations or any excuse for a few cocktails with friends.