Five Perfect Dishes For Breakfast On-The-Go In Dublin

Start your day off right with these super-snappy breakfast options.

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but sometimes it's hard to find the time to eat in the morning. 

Instead of skipping breakfast and crashing mid-morning, why not grab something to eat on your way to work? There are plenty of Dublin restaurants and cafés offering delicious early morning options to make sure that you can make it into the office on time without an empty stomach.

Looking for some recommendations? Read on to see some of our favourite options for breakfast on the go in Dublin.

Granola Bowl

€6 from Tang on Dawson Street and Abbey Street

Granola is a breakfast classic, but Tang put their own delicious spin on the dish that keeps us coming back again and again. Featuring Tang's homemade nutty granola, strained yoghurt, seasonal fruit, honey and nut butter, this bowl is absolutely delicious. We especially love how the fruit topping is changed constantly to suit what's in season – we recently had a bowl topped with blood orange that was to die for.

Chocolate and Hazelnut Babka

€3.95 from Brother Hubbard, Capel Street and Harrington Street

Babka is a Jewish pastry made from twisted lengths of yeasted dough filled with flavourings like cinnamon, dried fruit or chocolate. Brother Hubbard's version includes a delicious chocolate and hazelnut filling, which might sound like you're having dessert for breakfast, but it tastes so good that you won't mind.

Cashew Nut Butter and Blackberry Toastie

€3.50 from Laine, My Love, Talbot Street

This is another option that might sound like you'll be eating dessert for breakfast, but this take on the classic PB&J is too good to miss. Laine, My Love offers some great food, but we love this dish in particular as it's perfect to nibble on while you stroll to work.

50 Shades of Green

Kale+Coco, Grangegorman Lower

If you're looking for a virtuous breakfast, then Kale+Coco have got you covered with their 50 Shades of Green smoothie bowl. Including a whole host of healthy ingredients like spinach, kale, matcha, blueberries and pomegranate seeds, this dish is perfect for when you're trying to stay healthy, but still, want to eat something delicious.

Cocu Breakfast Box

€8.95/€11.95 from Cocu Kitchen, Baggot Street and Hatch Street

Eggs are a classic breakfast option, but Cocu Kitchen's take really packs a punch. Featuring roasted sweet potato, bacon, Gubbeen chorizo, homemade beans, avocado and baby spinach, you might not even need lunch after this one. 

What are your favourite breakfast on the go options? Let us know in the comments below.

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