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153 Capel St., Dublin, Ireland | +353 1 441 1112
Courtesy of Brother Hubbard
Price Range
$ (Entrees $15 and under)
Cuisine
Eclectic, Middle Eastern
Features
Great value, Good breakfast spot
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Back in 2012, Dublin was crying out for a transformation of its rather stagnant café culture; Brother Hubbard answered the call. Up on Capel Street—a gritty area with a bit of buzz around it—Brother Hubbard serves up a blend of dishes with a distinctly Middle Eastern edge. It’s one of the premiere brunch options in the city; the Turkish eggs menemen is doused with an incredible whipped feta and olive yogurt, but their home-baked cannellini beans are truly memorable—lightly spiced, luxuriously rich, and topped with a hazelnut dukkah.

Restaurant
Brother Hubbard

Back in 2012, Dublin was crying out for a transformation of its rather stagnant café culture; Brother Hubbard answered the call. Up on Capel Street—a gritty area with a bit of buzz around it—Brother Hubbard serves up a blend of dishes with a distinctly Middle Eastern edge. It’s one of the premiere brunch options in the city; the Turkish eggs menemen is doused with an incredible whipped feta and olive yogurt, but their home-baked cannellini beans are truly memorable—lightly spiced, luxuriously rich, and topped with a hazelnut dukkah.