Where To Get Your Pancakes Fix In Dublin

Five of our favourite spots in the capital.

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Once an American staple, pancakes have now become standard brunch fare in the capital, with most restaurants offering their own take on the delicious dish. 

While there are plenty of places that serve pancakes in Dublin, we definitely have our favourites. Read on to find out where we go when we need our pancakes fix in Dublin.

Brother Hubbard South 

WHERE: Harrington Street, Dublin 8

Brother Hubbard is easily one of the best cafés in Dublin, with both venues offering delicious fresh food. The brunch menu Brother Hubbard South is particularly gorgeous, featuring Moroccan-style semolina pancakes with Turkish delight, roasted white chocolate mascarpone, dark chocolate ganache and vanilla strawberries. Perfect for brunch, these are easily some of the best pancakes in Dublin.


WHERE: Bachelor's Walk, Tara Street

Póg is one of Dublin's best spots for indulgent fare that also serves up some delicious vegan, protein-packed options. The signature protein pancakes at Póg come with a range of tasty toppings that are listed on their own separate menu. These are probably the most decadent pancakes in Dublin, so if you haven't tried them yet, then you need to get to Póg ASAP.

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WHERE: Balfe Street

Balfes' is the perfect place to go for brunch and a few cocktails with your pals. While the whole menu is fairly tasty, the pancakes are something else altogether. Made with oats and cooked in coconut oil, these are some of the most virtuous pancakes in Dublin, but thankfully they taste absolutely delicious.


WHERE: Pearse Street

The buttermilk stack at Gertrude is the stuff that dreams are made of. Featuring fried chicken, buttermilk pancakes, honey butter and hot sauce, these pancakes are perfect for those with more of a savoury tooth, with the perfect hit of sweet and spicy flavours for a totally moreish meal.


WHERE: Dawson Street, Abbey Street

Tang, which is well known for its delicious lunch offerings, serves a fantastic breakfast menu from Monday to Friday. With lots on offer, the buckwheat pancakes served with Greek yoghurt, fresh berries, pecans and almond butter are easily our favourite dish. They might be the fluffiest pancakes in Dublin and we are obsessed.

Main image by Estúdio Bloom 

This article was originally published by our sister site, FOOD AND WINE.

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