By Katy Thornton.
A croissant cafe has opened in Dublin!
If croissants are going to be one of Dublin’s newest food trends for 2023, I’m all here for it.
Aungier Street has welcomed a brand new café, one that specialises in one very niche food item: the croissant. Le Croissant Café used to be home to popular doughnut chain Aungier Danger, so we’re glad to see the new café is carrying on the sweet treat mantle
While it’s pretty obvious what you should expect from Le Croissant Café, they don’t just do your bog standard croissants. They have a range of flavours, including savoury numbers such as ham and cheese, or their avolicious (avocado, streaky bacon, and cheddar) as well as a large selection of sweet croissant variations.
From their socials, we spy a Kinder Bueno croissant, an Oreo croissant, and one that looks to be covered in M&Ms (pause while I wipe the drool off my keyboard).
If you fancy something less sweet, it seems that the café also does a range of toasties absolutely oozing with cheese, making this an ideal breakfast or lunchtime spot for those in the city centre.
They are open Monday to Friday from 7:30 am to 5 pm, and over the weekend from 9 am to 5 pm.
This article originally appeared on LovinDublin.