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34 Bachelors Walk, Dublin, , Ireland | +353 1 563 8415

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$ (Entrees $15 and under)

cuisine

British or Irish

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Casual
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It can take a while for a trend to catch on in Dublin, but when it does, it explodes. The city is currently besieged with donut shops, but the Rolling Donut has a long-running legacy. It began serving donuts back in 1978, but it was the kiosk on O’Connell Street, set up in 1988, which won the hearts of every child walking past. Last year, a full branch opened on Bachelors Walk, with another following soon after on South King Street. The sourdough donuts are pillow soft—try the Pistachio Salted Caramel or the Victorian Raspberry, bursting with a sharp, zesty jam.

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Rolling Donut

It can take a while for a trend to catch on in Dublin, but when it does, it explodes. The city is currently besieged with donut shops, but the Rolling Donut has a long-running legacy. It began serving donuts back in 1978, but it was the kiosk on O’Connell Street, set up in 1988, which won the hearts of every child walking past. Last year, a full branch opened on Bachelors Walk, with another following soon after on South King Street. The sourdough donuts are pillow soft—try the Pistachio Salted Caramel or the Victorian Raspberry, bursting with a sharp, zesty jam.