The world eats and loves Red velvet cake, however, no one knows the accurate date of when and where the cake originated from says leitesculinaria.com
Nevertheless, an interesting story about red velvet cake started spreading in the United States in the 1920s. It was said that a cake was served at a hotel’s, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, restaurant in New York.
Also, there is a scientific myth in relation to red velvet cake. This myth says that:
The cake’s red colour comes from a chemical reaction between the baking soda and the chocolate in the recipe.
Anyway, here is my brief review of Noshington Cafe.
Ambience: Neat, simple and comfortable; perfect environment to have a quick coffee or brunch with friends and family. I also wrote this review there, that is to show the level of comfort.
Service Delivery: Very polite and fast. The reception was top notch.
Food Quality: I just ordered for tea and red velvet cake; I will give both a 9/10.
Price: Quite affordable. Tea (€2.60) Red velvet cake (€4.00) Total (€6.80)
Location: Below is a google map direction that could help you locate the café comfortably if you are not familiar with the area.
To contact them:
186 South Circular Road Dublin 8
Saturday – Sunday 10am-6pm