Your New Favourite Lunchspot: Eathos

Born out of LOVE OF FOOD AND HEALTHY EATING, and with more than a year in the making, new cafe EATHOS is a taste experience we suggest you plan a trip to ASAP…

Blondies

Inspired by a variety of both chefs and eateries, brother and sister team Lisa and Peter Murrin have taken considerable inspiration from the hugely popular Notting Hill eatery Ottolenghi to open their new Baggot Street culinary haunt, Eathos.

The Murrin siblings have a deep family connection to the world of food. Lisa, along with a number of her family members studied culinary arts, and both her and Peter have worked for their family business, high end catering company With Taste.

Their menu was compiled after a year of testing hundreds of recipes, selecting the best Irish produce. As provenance and quality is of utmost importance to Eathos, the team have a long list of great Irish producers who supply them, including Keelings, McGeoughs Artisan Butchers and coffee from 3FE.

Tuna

Equally, all of their genuinely mouth-watering baked goods from their patisserie are prepared in-store by their pastry chef, Michael.

Eathos has also made careful consideration for those with special dietary requirements, in fact every single item they serve on both their breakfast and their lunch menu is either gluten-free, dairy-free, or both.

To give you a taste of some of the delicious items Eathos have on offer (some of which are pictured above), highlights include organic cured salmon or air-dried ham on toasted sour dough with baby leaf salad, Shakshuka: two organic free-range eggs poached in spiced tomato, potato and Mergeuz sausage cassoulet or Gluten-free overnight organic oats in a jar with fresh berries.

Sweet potato

Diners are even invited to toast bread at their own tables to make sure that it is remains piping hot and as freshly made as possible.

Since its May 1st opening, the nutritious eatery is certainly not resting on its laurels either, with plans for both home and office delivery currently in the works. All their food is also available to takeaway, meaning that there is no excuse for a dull lunch at your desk.

Although Eathos is currently only open Monday to Friday from 7am to 5.30pm (meaning however that pre-work breakfast is a great option), it will open from the end of August on at weekends too.

www.eathosdublin.com

Hannah Popham