Where To Go for an Original Irish Breakfast

Posted On 07/12/2017

Where to go for an original Irish breakfast

When you´re staying in Dublin you have to try a full Irish breakfast at least once. It´s just delicious and a really good comfort food which will be the perfect start for your day. You can find it in various cafés and restaurants in Dublin and it´s also known as a good hangover cure.

A full Irish breakfast usually includes bacon, sausages, eggs (scrambled, fried or poached), white & black Pudding (meat and oatmeal), fried tomato, baked beans, sauted mushrooms and toast. You will definitely be full afterwards! The Irish like to drink, of course, a cup of black tea with it, but many restaurants also offer coffee as an addition.

In this post you will find some of the best restaurants and cafés to enjoy an amazing full Irish breakfast in Dublin. All of them also have good Yelp ratings which you can find in the description of each one. The prices stand for one full Irish breakfast.


The Pantry Café: little, independent café with traditional Irish food

  • 10€ (includes a tea or coffee)
  • 4,5/5 stars
  • Vegetarian option
  • 64 Talbot Street, next to Connolly Station

Honest to Goodness: modern restaurant with fresh and healthy ingredients

  • 9.50€
  • 4/5 stars
  • 12 Dame Court, near Dame Street

Metro Café: well-established bistro in Dublin since 1996

  • 12,50€ (includes a tea or coffee)
  • 4/5 stars
  • 43 South William Street, near Grafton Street

Queen of Tarts: café and patisserie with homemade pastries

  • 10.50€
  • 4,5/5 stars
  • Vegetarian option
  • Cows Lane & Cork Hill, near Dame Street

The Bald Barista: café with amazing coffee art

  • 9.50€
  • 4/5 stars
  • 68 Aungier Street, near St. Stephen´s Green





The Bakehouse: Bakery with traditional Irish food and breads

  • 10.95€
  • 4,5/5 stars
  • 6 Bachelors Walk, near the Ha’penny Bridge

Brendan´s Coffee Shop: authentic Irish coffee shop

  • 8.50€ (includes tea)
  • 4,5/5 stars
  • 10-11 Mary´s Ln, behind the Dublin Fruit Market

Café Sofia: friendly and charming café

  • 8.50€ (includes tea or coffee)
  • 4/5 stars
  • Vegetarian option
  • 5A Wexford Street, near St. Stephen´s Green

TJ´s Coffee Bar: traditional and rustic coffee bar

  • 7.75€
  • 4/5 stars
  • 79 Parnell Street, near O’Connell Street

Avoca: design shop that also serves great food

  • 11,50€
  • 4/5 stars
  • 11-13 Suffolk Street, near Trinity College




Enjoy your full Irish breakfast in Dublin!!



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