11 Droolworthy Places To Get Your Pancake Tuesday Fix In Dublin

We want them for brekkie, lunch and dinner...

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The one day of the year where it's actually acceptable, actually encouraged to eat pancakes for every single meal is finally upon us. 

We hope you've had some for your brekkie and by god you HAVE to get some on your lunch break. Depending on where you're located hit up one of these beaut spots for lunch before skipping home with a happy heart and full belly to cook up even more pancakes.

Savoury, sweet, whatevs takes your fancy, these spots will curb your pancake craving in no time. Yum. 

1. Herb Street

This place in Grand Canal Dock just has so many pancake options – blueberries pancakes with orange and honey butter, smoked salmon and crème fraiche or chocolate and whipped cream. Delish.

2. Metro Café

This traditional café on South William Street has a lovely laid back atmosphere, nab a table outside for some quality people watching while you eat your pancakes drowning in maple syrup

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3. Lemon & Co

With two locations on Dawson Street and South William Street you can get any kind of sweet or savoury toppings on a pancake, crepe or gluten free buckwheat pancake. 

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4. Le Petit Breton 

Tucked away in the heart of Dublin 9, you'll find the go-to pancake house of the North Side. Serving up traditional Galettes (folded pancakes from Brittany) you can expect a queue around the corner of this place come Pancake Tuesday.

5. Póg 

Póg is one of those places where all of your food dreams come together in one dish, and it's their pancake dishes. These pancakes are loaded with treats including Oreos and blueberries, yum.

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6. Eathos

It's the simple things in life like having pretty, edible flowers on your pancakes that make a foodies heart sing. 

Their buckwheat pancakes are jam-packed with all that good stuff and will keep you nice an full for the whole day.

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7. Gino's

The place that's to blame for delicious smells wafting down Grafton Street and making us all want to bathe in Nutella, gelato, crepes and waffles. 

There's only about five billion gorge fillings to choose from, so grab one on your lunch break and make sure you get a napkin to wipe the telltale Nutella signs off your face.

8. Brother Hubbard

Their Moroccan-style Semolina pancakes are absolutely perfect, served with ricotta crème, summer berry and rose compote, fresh mint and hazelnut-almond praline.

9. Voici 

This new cafe in Rathmines may seem small but upstairs are cosy seats perfect for stuffing your face with their traditional French crepes. 

Get the Caramélisee Crêpe: Crêpe served with Handcrafted Atlantic Sea salted caramel gelato, topped with whipped cream, flaked almonds and homemade caramel au beurre sale.

10. The Grind Coffee House 

We don't think have to say much about this one only to LOOK at those pictures below...

This charming coffee house in Howth is well worth legging it to catch the DART after work and fill yourself up on these chocolatey beauties. Oh, protein pancakes too!

10. Five Points

Five points, located in Harold's Cross sprinkle Hobnobs on their pancakes, yep you heard us right.

Their chocolate chip pancakes with banana and rum jam, hobnob crunch, caramel whipped cream cheese and crispy bacon must be tried. For today, they're keeping it simple: lemon and sugar or banana and maple syrup. 

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We're ready for ya, pancake food baby!

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Written By

Sarah Clayton-Lea

Deputy Editor at Lovin Media Group, Sarah is obsessed with food and travel.She's also never come into the office without winged eyeliner. Seriously, not even once.Email: sarahc@lovin.com. Social: @sazzyclay

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