Havana Tapas Bar – Brunch with Pink Mimosas

On Sundays I’m usually too hungover to get out of bed.  Following a fairly dry Saturday night I woke up early, refreshed and eager to do something. Bored of the usual fry up for breakfast I opted to take advantage of a Dining Room voucher I had bought a few weeks back. For a mere €20 Havana on Georges Street were offering Sunday brunch for two with a choice of Mimosa or Pink Mojito to wash it down. I booked a table for 1 o’clock and made my way in.

It was fairly quiet when we arrived, but then again I suppose 1 is early enough for kicking off brunch.  First things first we were offered a choice of Mimosa or Pink Mojito.  Two Pink Mojitos were ordered and promptly delivered while we browsed the menu. The Pink Mojitos were very refershing and just screamed Summer is not gone yet. As you can see they were pimped out in cocktail brollies and slices of lime. Delicious.

Pink Mojitos

Pink Mojitos

The brunch menu was split into five differant sections. Eggs & Tortilla, On Ciabatta, Salads, Steak & Wings and Paella.  I opted for the striploin steak sandwich on a warm ciabatta with sundried tomato pesto, mixed leaves and hand cut fries.

Striploin Steak on Ciabatta

Striploin Steak on Ciabatta

It looked great and was served on a wooden chopping board. While it was very tasty I would have liked the steak to be a little more on the rare side to really bring the flavour out. In saying that I ate everything.

H went for the Eggs Benedict with hollandaise, crisped serrano ham, pequilo sauce and hand cut fries.  His was certainly the better dish of the two.  The pequilo sauce had a pleasant sweet taste without being too spicy.  The poached eggs themselves were cooked perfectly and made me declare that I was going to start poaching eggs. That hasn’t happened of course.

Eggs Benedict

Eggs Benedict


Delicious

Delicious

The restaurant has a very nice relaxed feel about it with lots of nice interior touches and has been around since 2000.  It originally was housed in Camden Market but moved to Georges Street in 2005.

Interior Detail

Interior Detail


Interior Detail

Interior Detail

For the bargain price of €20 we were both stuffed after our meals so didn’t opt for anything resembling dessert  and satisfied we made our exit. I probably would return to Havana and try a few of the other brunch items, so thats a good sign.

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Havana Tapas Bar
Georges Street
Dublin 2
Tel: (0)1 400 5990
Twitter: @Havanatapasbar

 

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