Cuisine: European, Irish
Brother Hubbard is a recent addition to trendy Capel Street and they're setting the bar high. Coffee and tea is sourced from two of the best Dublin suppliers, 3FE and Wall and Keogh and their homemade... Read More
Brother Hubbard is a recent addition to trendy Capel Street and they're setting the bar high. Coffee and tea is sourced from two of the best Dublin suppliers, 3FE and Wall and Keogh and their homemade drinks including orange and lemon barley water and rose, raspberry and apple are refreshing and different. In recent months they have really stepped up their sweet treat offerings and there are now a range of baked goods from scones to friandes as well more dessert-style items. If you crave something sweet in the morning to start off your day you also can't go wrong with one of their cinnamon or chocolate scrolls.
153 Capel Street
Dublin, Dublin 1
- Desserts & Coffee: "The pink lady - apple slices on puff pastry with a mint sour cream - is well worth a try."
- Breakfast/Brunch: "Things tend to get manic at about midday at the weekends so head down early or sample their brunch menu on a weekday."
- Local Flavor: "The lemon drizzle cake here is frequently heralded as being the best thing since sliced bread."
- Best for Desserts & Coffee Because: Brother Hubbard have one of the biggest selections of treats to accompany their beverages and they're all made in house on the day.
- Best for Breakfast/Brunch Because: Brother Hubbard has a clear emphasis on fresh food and progressive flavours, making it a must-visit in Dublin.