Network Cafe Aungier Street
Sean went for the brunch bap which consisted of a fried egg, avocado salsa and panchetta with baby gem lettuce, house relish and mayo on a toasted brioche bun which I went for the vegi bap which was roasted field mushroom and tomato with grilled halloumi, pesto mayo and wold rocket on a toasted brioche bun.
These baps come in at €8 and €9 which I feel was good value for the portion size and quality of ingredients.
This spot is always busy but never feels chaotic which I really like. There’s a chilled but welcoming atmosphere.
Friendly and enthusiastic to ensure you have a great experience.
Why I Liked It Enough To Share:
I’ve popped in here for coffee many times & have had it recommended to me several times (people RAVE about their porridge) so thought it was about time I ate here to see for myself. The cafe itself is beautifully bright, they’re dog friendly (we had Stanley in with us & they were super welcoming to him) and the food and coffee are both really bloody tasty!
Brunch catch up with a friend.