Monday, 18 November 2013

The Wild Flour Bakery at Makers & Brothers & Others


I was passing by Makers & Brothers & Others on Dame Lane, a seasonal pop-up shop and couldn’t resist, I just had to go in!

This tiny seasonal department store is beautiful and filled with great products (gifts, homeware, clothes...) that would make very cool gifts for Christmas.

You can also get cakes from The Wild Flour Bakery there. It was perfect for me, having skipped breakfast that morning. Cakes make wonderful brekkies, don’t you know? 

I finally got to meet lovely Ajda who I knew from Twitter and she had to put up with me taking many pictures of the cutest little pop-up café.


You can get a hot drink and indulge yourself with one or more of the beautiful cakes. You’ll find Kate’s chocolate and salted caramel brownies, orange and rosemary gluten free cakes, apple cardamom and matcha cakes and more… I like the idea of the mini cakes that are perfect if you want to be reasonable.


I went for a delicious little chocolate, chestnut and tonka bean cake to start with and then a wonderful blackberry, Hendricks gin with rosewater & juniper.


After my sweet breakfast I had a browse around, if you love design and craft you'll love this place. It’s definitely worth a visit and open until Christmas Eve. I believe cakes and Christmas shopping are a perfect combination!


The Wild Flour Bakery
Makers & Brothers & Others
Until December 24
5 Dame Lane, Dublin 2, Ireland


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  1. Sounds just lovely, must drop in.

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    1. I think I'm going to spend lots of time there... The little cakes are so cute! :)

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  2. Oh it just looks so gorgeous! My next free morning I will be checking it out!! Gorgeous Photos Ketty! Kate does some fantastic cakes her combinations are so unusual, I have had some before from the Glasnevin market.Its such a cool pop up !

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    1. Thanks for your lovely comment! It's a very cool place and Kate's cakes are beautiful and delicious.

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  3. Stunning place Katie, I love Kate's cakes and the space is perfect for them! :) Beautiful photos too!

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    1. Thanks for stoppping by Lily! It's such a beautiful place, LOVE it! :)

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  4. how amazing! your photography is incredible. i love your blog!
    xx

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  5. Lovely! So don't remember this place from my time at Trinity - you always find the cutest gems!

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  6. Lovely! You're so good at finding all these cute little places. Not sure how old this one is, as I don't remember it from my college years!

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    1. It's a pop up shop, it will be gone after Christmas eve :(

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  7. Any idea where I could find French flour around Dublin? I've visited various Donnybrook Fairs and Caviston's in Glenageary but I've had no joy. :(

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    1. Try Chez Max Epicerie on Baggot Street, give them a call.

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