There’s nothing quite like a really well made fresh tiramisu. And on the flipside, there’s nowt so foul as a poorly made tiramisu. I’ve come across both varieties, sadly more of the latter than the former it must be said!
As with coffee, Italians do it better than most. And so it is in Dublin too, with establishments like ‘La Dolce Vita’ and particularly my latest find ‘Caffe Amoré’ rising to the task. It’s no exaggeration to say this is the finest tiramisu I’ve tasted in Dublin! Paired with a smooth Italian espresso, and you have the perfect pick-me-up for an evening wandering around ‘town’. And it’s not just dolcis, you’ll also find a delectable selection of savoury dishes here with several specials freshly made on the day.
Speaking of special, the wild boar ragù is exactly that. Arguably even better are the home made pizzas, each one more tempting than the next and more than a match for one person, so bring a hungry friend along to help you devour it!
Start off with a Campari Soda and when your appetite is suitably whetted, try the devilishly good ‘San Daniele’ pizza, it’s a favourite of mine. Who could resist that combination of mozarella, rocket, prosciutto, lightly sprinkled with parmesan, on a light crispy base, and a glass of Montepulciano D’Abruzzo.
Finish yourself off with the tiramisu and a double shot of espresso. Bada bing, bada boom!