Brunch – a late morning combination of breakfast and lunch — is about taking a time out with family or friends and letting a little decadence into your day in the form of an early cocktail or late breakfast.
On a weekend morning when the world slows down, what better place to head for a quality brunch than Dela restaurant, recently reviewed by Claire O’Mahoney of Image magazine and described as one of Galway’s best brunches.
The Lucinda O’Sullivan-recommended restaurant continues its high standard into the daylight hours with its new weekend brunch menu which sources the best of local ingredients from Herterich’s, Gannet Fishmongers, Brady’s of Athenry, and Kelly’s of Newport.
Herbs, edible flowers, and leaves are picked from Dela’s own garden during the growing months and the restaurant is amply supplied with eggs from its own flock of hens.
Children are very welcome, and tend to make a bee line for the stack of buttermilk pancakes with streaky bacon and maple syrup.
Carefully selected playlists and comfortable bench seating makes for a great start or finish to your weekend, accompanied by cocktails and the best of Irish craft beer or artisan wines.
So why not take a little time out in the city this weekend before or after your shopping trip or stroll.
Dela is located at 51 Lower Dominick Street, with plenty of parking at the nearby Mill Street car park, and on street parking available all day Sunday.