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Seven Great Places in Dublin to Flip for on Pancake Tuesday

7 Great Places in Dublin for Your Pancake Fix | Pancake Tuesday Dublin

Next Tuesday 28th of February there will be pancakes, many, many pancakes across our Fair City. And to help you honour the tradition of indulging in these little blankets of deliciousness, we have compiled a list with some of our favourite places to visit on Pancake Tuesday Dublin.

GOURMET FOOD PARLOUR

Combining Irish favourites, Provençal charm and a healthy twist, GFP’s has become a brunch favorite as well as a go-to destination for tasty, uncomplicated meals and great coffee. Their pancakes are fluffy and neatly presented.

Where:  Various locations.

More info: gourmetfoodparlour.com

PÓG

If you want to turn those pancake calories into something more nutritious, Póg’s protein pancakes are the way to go. The place specialises in healthy meets tasty and you can even cut the queue and order online.

Where:  32 Bachelor’s Walk, Dublin 1.

More info: ifancyapog.ie

MARKS & SPENCER

Indulge with M&S’ decadent salted caramel sauce, stack your pancakes and top with fresh fruit. Spoon over the sauce and scatter with pecan nuts. If your idea of Pancake Tuesday is to stock up on the best and serve at home, get the best and, why not? create your own in-house topping bar to take things to the next level!

Where:  Various locations.

More info: marksandspencer.ie

BALFES

Balfes’ stylish and comfortable atmosphere and wonderful location make it an ideal spot if your pancake hunger strikes when you’re in town. Stay for the great coffee, fabulous drinks and delicious food with plenty of healthy options in the menu.

Where:  Balfe Street, Dublin 2

More info: balfes.ie

SOPHIE’S

This chic venue within the stylish Dean Hotel is not just the place to go for a fabulous cocktail or a very Instagram friendly meal or bite, it’s breakfast gold and their pancakes are light and cooked to perfection. Drop by for Pancake Tuesday Dublin perfection.

Where:  33 Harcourt St, Dublin 2

More info: sophies.ie

EATHOS

If you want good-for-you flavour, Eathos’ buckwheat pancakes are a winning choice: topped with fresh berries, flaxseed, cacao nibs, white mulberries, bee pollen and coconut yoghurt these gluten and dairy free renditions of the classic are a fantastic alternative.

Where:  13a Baggot Street Upper, Dublin 4.

More info: eathosdublin.com

THE NATURAL BAKERY

While not your usual spot for pancakes, these fabulous bakeries will be preparing their own for the occasion! Drop by any of The Natural Bakery shops on pancake Tuesday and enjoy a freshly made one (or two!).

Where:  Various locations.

More info: thenaturalbakery.ie

ARTICLE BY GABY GUEDEZ

Gaby ProfileGabriela’s passion for writing is only matched by her love for food and wine. Journalist, confectioner and sommelier, she fell in love with Ireland years ago and moved from Venezuela to Dublin in 2014.

Since then, she has written about and worked in the local food scene, and she’s determined to discover and share the different traditions, flavours and places that have led Irish food and drink to fascinate her.

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