There’s no breakfast quite like a full Irish one. But with new diverse breakfast options popping up on menus around the city, the full Irish hasn’t been in full demand as of late. There are, however, four extremely valid reasons as to why it should be:
It’s the perfect hangover cure
It provides excellent sustenance before a day session
It’ll keep you full till dinner
It’s damn delicious
Need we say more?
But who serves up the top fry in the city? We’ve listed the best of the best. We also took the liberty of divvying ‘em up between the Northside and the Southside so you can go from bed to brekkie in no time.
Stay full, Dublin.
TJ’s Coffee Bar
No frills. Just a deadly full Irish.
This place opens early in the AM, so early risers can get it while it’s hot.
There’s no better place to fuel up before a match at Croke Park.
The full Irish is as pretty as the decor, making it almost too pretty to eat. Almost.
You could order the avocado toast. Or you could order a full Irish. Either way, the outdoor seating allows for ample people watching.
At this charming and cosy little cafe, even the veggie friendly full Irish will keep your belly full.
Gerry’s Coffee Shop
This fry is an absolute classic. Tailor it to your appetite with the large, full, and mini options.
This cheap and quick fry can’t be beat, and they also offer a comparable vegetarian option.
The Bridge Cafe
Tucked away in Ringsend, this place will make you feel right at home.
They’ve literally dubbed themselves the “home of the hangover cure.” Enough said.
Matt the Rashers
This popular spot is well worth the hype.
Hatch and Sons
Made with stellar ingredients, this fry is served in a trendy farmhouse aesthetic.
Which is your favourite spot for a full Irish in Dublin? Find us below and give us a shout!