World Porridge Day is the perfect time to go on the hunt for the best porridge in Dublin.
The weather has started to get a little cooler, so we've started to crave a warming bowl of porridge for breakfast in the morning.
While there are plenty of places that serve porridge in Dublin, we definitely have our favorites. Read on to find out where the folks at our sister publication FOOD and WINE Ireland go when they're craving delicious bowl of porridge in the morning.
Aungier Street, Dublin 2
Network on Aungier Street is a gorgeous little place to pop into for great coffee and friendly staff, but it's also one of our favorite spots in Dublin to grab a tasty bowl of porridge. We love the range of crunchy toppings and fruit that the staff adds to the porridge, making it a super filling breakfast.
Coke Lane, Smithfield, Dublin 7
Urbanity is one of the coolest cafés in the city and we absolutely love the décor, but it's this spot's wonderful porridge that keeps us coming back. The menu changes regularly, so if you're not a frequent visitor, you probably won't see the same flavor combination twice but rest assured, it's always delicious.
Industry & Co
Drury Street, Dublin 2
Industry & Co on Drury Street is a lifestyle store and eatery, so you can kill two birds with one stone when you visit by stocking up on some gorgeous homeware while chowing down on delicious eats. Industry & Co serves some of the tastiest porridge in Dublin and we love the crunch from the nuts and seeds scattered on top.
Two Boys Brew
North Circular Road, Dublin 7
We absolutely love the brunch and breakfast offerings from Two Boys Brew, but their porridge is one of our absolute favorites from the menu. The porridge is always vegan and offers customers a selection of three toppings, which include date caramel, blackberry compote, almond butter and more, which means you can always perfectly customize your dish to match your cravings.
Forbes St, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2
We're absolutely obsessed with Nutbutter at Grand Canal Dock for its delicious, healthy salads and gorgeous smoothie bowls, but their porridge is one of the best in Dublin. There are three varieties on offer: the classic, which includes granola, fruit, and granola, the almond butter and date, which is made with almond milk, almond butter and dates, and the PB&J which includes peanut butter, black quinoa and raspberry jam. We usually go for the PB&J, but you can't go wrong with any of these options!
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* Originally published on FOOD and WINE Ireland.