Cork city just got another brand new brunch spot

Honestly, this is music to our ears!

New brunch spots seem to be popping up in Cork left right and centre lately, and we can’t get enough!

From Paper Boys at The Triskel to the new hidden garden cafe Proby’s Kitchen, we’re spoilt for choice.

Now, there’s a new kid on the block and they’ve just set up shop on the Western Road. Located inside the Glucksman at UCC, Léa’s is Cork’s newest brunch spot, having opened their doors for the first time over the weekend.

Founded by Colm, Joe and Cyprien, the crowd behind the legendary Joes + Bro’s, Léa’s is a high energy spot for daytime, breakfast, lunch and brunch serving up simple, contemporary and quirky dishes reflecting the unique setting of the venue.

Interior of Léa’s (images vis Instagram)

Léa’s menus are crafted by sourcing local produce and quality ingredients catering to all food lovers. The stunning interior space has a contemporary, industrial, yet earthy vibe boasting immaculate views of the surrounding gardens, and also offers outdoor seating.

The breakfast menu features staple items like the chocolate porridge bowl, peanut butter toast and whipped ricotta toast, while the brunch menu features classics like eggs benny, breakfast baps and buddha bowls.

Sound tempting? You can get the Léa’s experience for yourself over at the Glucksman at UCC, open this week from Wednesday onwards. They accept walk-ins and you can also make a reservation over at

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