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Brother Hubbard

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Food lovers have great affection for Brother Hubbard. ‘Returned to the ever-lovely Brother Hubbard for a brunch of in-house baked beans, topped with turmeric-coriander yogurt and crisp pickled onions’, writes a friend, and it’s that ‘ever-lovely’ tag that gives the game away: returning to Brother Hubbard is like getting a big hug from a very good friend, who then invites you to sit down whilst they cook up a storm. Garret and James and their team know how to push the buttons with those dishes we love: coconut and sweetcorn hop-pot; bread and butter waffles; polenta-crusted aubergine slices; beef tagine with ras el hanout; citrus chicken with freekeh. The crew are amongst the best, and BH are always striving forward with new planes, menus and concepts. They’re a treasure.

53.3470953, -6.268457
Garret Fitzgerald and James Boland
153 Capel St, Dublin1, Co. Dublin.
+353 1 441 1112

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