Dublin – Brother Hubbard brunch

This restaurant has two branches, one South and one North of the river.  We visited the North restaurant for brunch on Monday and the place was packed!

The chef behind Brother Hubbard’s Turkish and Middle Eastern influences created anything but a standard brunch menu.

Being as greedy as I am in my ambition to try all new and exciting things, I ended up having two (very filling) breakfasts:

Brother hubbard’s avo & turmeric yellow eggs (with chorizo on the side) – smashed avocado & cannellini bean spread on toasted sourdough, harissa yogurt, dukkah, fresh radish with crispy dehydrated kale and beetroot

The second breakfast I couldn’t resist trying was the hazelnut, chocolate & banana pancakes option – Moroccan-style semolina pancakes with caramelised banana & date mascarpone, hazelnut-chocolate spread, salted date caramel, hazelnut praline & a sprinkle of rose petals.

And wow were they both worth it. My thirst for new food experiences felt momentarily quenched.

The restaurant has a seating area in a confined outside space but I recommend sitting inside if possible as the outdoor area was pretty chilly when I walked through. Keep in mind the breakfast menu is different on a weekend to a week day.

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https://brotherhubbard.ie/

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