Fia is the brainchild of two friends who felt a hyper-seasonal café was missing from sophisticated Rathgar, and who hired Dublin chefs, like Keith Coleman, to create the menu. The dishes are all supplier-driven, brimming with Gubbeen cheese and chorizo, vegetables from McNally’s Farm, and Roasted Brown coffee beans. Everything from the lemony yogurt that drapes the eggs to the cherry kombucha is made in house. It’s absolutely tiny—there are only twenty-five seats—so expect a line, albeit a fast-moving one. But it’s worth it: This is one of the better breakfasts in Dublin.

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