Welcome to our new Ormeau Road Cafe.
This extension to our Coffee Roastery has always been part of our vision at Root & Branch.
This bright open space allows us to host you with that big cheerful welcome that you have come to know and expect as we serve you a delicious symphony of coffee and culinary delights to the sound track of our favourite musical artists.
Our coffee bar has been carefully designed to give you the highest quality coffee experience possible. If you like espressos, flat whites or macchiatos our talented baristas will pull your coffee on a Slayer Espresso, an incredible Seattle based company we're privileged to represent in Ireland. This machine allows us to create unique espresso recipes by controlling the flow rate of water to elevate sweetness and body for an unparalleled coffee. If Filter coffee is your bag we can offer you seasonal microlot coffee choices on our brew bar brewed as a hand poured Kalita filter or if you are on the run, grab a cup from our 3Temp batch brewer, the most advanced batch brew system in the world.
All of our coffee is speciality, seasonal, packed in fully compostable bags and roasted in-house.
Our menu is inspired by heritage dishes from the island of Ireland. We have a carefully selected simple menu for breakfast, brunch or lunch and you will find things that are both comforting, fresh and delicious. Our specials might include Boxty, for example, which will feature a seasonal local ingredients and often wild or foraged. The rest of the menu highlights the freshest and most delicious ingredients from our wonderful friends from the farming, baking & making community, lovingly prepared by our team of passionate chefs.
Our menu changes daily and includes our own curated sweet bakes, pickles & ferments.
Our pantry is always stocked with delicious treats. Pick up a bag of our freshly roasted beans for home or as a gift together with a special selection of coffee making equipment. Our staff are always on hand to help you choose something that will be best for you or to grind your beans if you prefer them ground.