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Brother Hubbard

A-go to brunch spot for a very good reason, there are a couple dotted around the city at this stage from Capel street, Ranelagh and tucked away on leafy Harrington Street. The Middle Eastern-inspired menu has plenty of unctuous warming bowls topped with plenty of sauces and flavoured oils. The warm staff serve some bang up coffee which is crying out to be accompanied by their incredibly moreish cakes. A trip to Brother Hubbard always makes you feel a bit warm and fuzzy inside like you've just been fed by your friend's lovely mam after a particularly heavy night out.

The guys in Brother Hubbard have a bunch of exciting different dishes including pulled pork with beans and poached eggs and my own spicy eggs with coriander and chorizo.The flavours here were dancing off the plate. An electric mix that makes you want to punch the air and start dancing the Macarena while screaming at the top of your lungs. Sausage and eggs yes but done in a new and exciting way.

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153 Capel Street

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Opening hours

Mon - Wed 9.00 - 16.00
Thur - Fri 9.00 - 22.00
Sat 9.30 - 22.00
Sun 9.30 - 16.00

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