Falling Head Over Heels All Over Again

< img src=" https://thetaste.ie/wp/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Love-Supreme-Portobello-e1501498802557.jpg "> A landmark on the streetscape of Stoneybatter, Love Supreme made the hearts of coffee fans in Dublin skip a beat when they exposed they would open a second area in the city.Now open over 3 months, from their brand-new Portobello area on Lennox Street, the coffeehouse accelerate the pulse of the whipping heart of Dublin 8’s growing coffee shop culture.Washed in natural light, the small cafe is styled in the signature Love Supreme look. Here too, interchangeable lights and hanging flowers separate the rustic, standard design, reproducing the feel of the preliminary cafe.If you are a coffee fan like me– hi there!– any

cafe visit simply starts one method. The men currently serve Koppi Coffee, a micro-roastery developed by the Swedish barista champs Anne Lunell and Charles Nystrand. I opted for their Red Clay varietal, an espresso mix of Costa Rican and Brazilian beans. Somewhat acidic, with notes of chocolate and caramel, it sets perfectly

with milk.Its sweet taste and lightness brought up that wonderfully abundant mouthfeel of coffee. In comparison, an iced coffee based upon the very same mix emphasized the level of acidity, making the beverage too pungent for my

taste. Food-wise, the menu sticks to Love Supreme’s simple format, simple pies and sausage rolls made in their internal bakeshop with love and in flavours you may not anticipate– believe lamb, cranberry, lemon and sriracha, and pork, pear, walnuts with cardamom.My first choice was

a veggie sausage roll packed with spinach, ricotta, and walnut. Light, flaky, with simply the right amount of herbs, this hearty treat was a totally formed puff pastry parcel.Moving on to more significant fate, my lamb pie showed up nicely packed in a white box.A generous quantity of slow roasted Blackstairs Mountain Lamb sprinkled with mace and rosemary was enclosed in a satisfyingly crispy pastry real estate– not a’soaked bottom’ in sight.As a huge eater, next time I’ll acquire a salad

to enhance this moreish pie– due to the reality that, you understand, health and all that.Along with those luxurious pies and pastries, the pastry shop produces cakes and cookies to cater for the sweet-toothed there, all served until 5pm every day.From their new easy area in Portobello Love Supreme is continuing to put great coffee and honest, wholesome food initially, and I’m falling head over heels all over again.Love Supreme,34 Lennox Street, Portobello, Dublin 8 W

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