If These 14 Filthy Dublin Hangover Meals Don't Cure You Then Nothing Will
You DESERVE this
Is life looking bleak? Is your head sore? And perhaps your mouth is as dry as the beaches of Curracloe on a fine day?
Then this article is for you, you absolute trooper.
You were on top form last night and something's gotta give. Climb the steep and dreary mountain that is today with the help from your delicious deep-friend sherpa that is filthy hangover food.
We've only gone and picked out some of the best for you, all you have to do is choose one. Happy eating.
1. Fat Red Velvet Pancakes, Cleaver East
Served with streaky bacon and maple syrup.
2. Coco Pops Crunchy French Toast, San Lorenzo's
Served with salt caramelised bananas, peanut butter, mascarpone whipped cream and Belgian chocolate sauce.
3. Pulled Pork & Bacon Fries, Aussie BBQ
Served with a healthy amount of baconnaise (yes, bacon-infused mayonnaise), garlic mayo and grated cheese.
4. Double Cheeseburger, Bunsen
Pair with sweet potato fries and your world will change.
5. Buttermilk Chicken, Crackbird
A full bucket, s'il vous plaît.
6. Fish Finger Buttie, Super Miss Sue
Forget the naff fish fingers you buy in a freezer pack – these are the real deal. Some of the best and freshest fish in Dublin city.
7. Dillinger's Famous Nachos, Dillinger's
Crispy nachos made with smoked chilli beef, guacamole, sour cream and melted cheese. All the members of the filthy food pyramid combined.
8. Chicken & Waffles, Taco Taco
Buttermilk waffles, chicken parmesan, classic coleslaw, sriracha & honey mustard and served with sweet potato fries.
9. Jerk Chicken Burger, Wuff
This jerk chicken burger is made with bacon, avocado salsa and sour cream on a Waterford blaa and served with twice fried chips and mixed leaves.
Basically a salad.
10. Monster Kimchi Fries, Bread & Bones
Fries (with burnt ends), kimchi, garlic mayo, coriander, fried egg and a whole lot of succulent meat.
11. Poutine, Lala Poutine
What's poutine you ask? Poutine is basically a fancy plate of chips, with cheese curds and a light gravy. In some places it’s also topped by meats or sausages, and of course – it being Canadian – maple syrup.
12. Chicken Fillet Roll, Costcutter Aungier Street
Voted the best by us. Make sure you get their rosemary and garlic stuffing on your roll, life-changing.
13. Full Irish Fry-Up, Gerry's
Simple food done to perfection. A full try with all the trimmings, for a very respectable €6.50.
14. The Variety Box, Eddie's Dynasty
For those of you who ruined their lives last night – this box of filthy deliciousness is for you.
This contains all your favourite food including salt and chilli chicken balls, shredded chicken and chips with curry sauce, noodles and fried rice.
All the greasy colours of the rainbow.