Richard Corrigan’s Daffodil Mulligan has got into the brunch game, serving up a simple yet hearty menu to kick off Saturdays in style. We reckon there’s only way to kick things off here and that’s with a round of oysters – the Loch Ryan Rossmore ones are particularly good – and Bloody Marys. There are classic egg dishes on the menu to keep the brunch purists satisfied alongside the likes of prawn curry and maple glazed pork & chips. These take things very much into lunch territory but when they’re that good (especially the chips, in fact, order a side of them just so you don’t have to share) who cares whether it’s breakfast, brunch or lunch? There are puds too, if you’re not too stuffed, although the lemon tart is surprisingly dainty that you’ll definitely have room to squeeze it in. Don’t forget the Irish coffees either.