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Best fry in Dublin (Saturday)?

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  • Registered Users Posts: 2,764 ✭✭✭DeadParrot


    Mizzonis in Palmerstown do a decent fry
    The works bar chips (who the hell puts chips in a fry, shameful)
    about €8 witjh a mug of scald and free 'extra' toast
    Boss hogs in clondalkin is ok.
    There is a heavenly place in Smithfield I can never remember the name but always find it, just behind is the Voodoo bar on the quays? €6 and an orgasmic experience, greasy spoon but always packed with builders so you know its good :)


  • Registered Users Posts: 3,087 ✭✭✭Static M.e.


    the news cafe in blackrock does a lovely breakfast

    My fav place in Dublin for a fry, good coffee, good food, fresh orange juice even the toast is great :)

    Its a proper breakfast spot, only opens for the breakfast menu then closes at 2!


  • Registered Users Posts: 7,580 ✭✭✭uberwolf


    I keep falling back on Gerry's, Montague lane for my fry ups. Lashings of toast as well.

    Not that I'd tell you it was truly excellent, I have to cook it myself to be happy with a fry :(


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 18,239 ✭✭✭✭WindSock


    Wouldn't a restaraunt do well in Dublin thats purely dedicated to the art of the Irish breakfast? An all day one.


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,749 ✭✭✭tony 2 tone


    fitz wrote:
    Eden in Templebar.
    Quite the fry.
    Served on their brunch menu...the proper time for a weekend breakfast.
    It would want to be at €13!
    Personally I would say The Hungry Monkey in Mulhuddart village near Blanchardstown. Big feed and a grand pot of tae. :D


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  • Registered Users Posts: 2,347 ✭✭✭daiixi


    uberwolf wrote:
    I keep falling back on Gerry's, Montague lane for my fry ups. Lashings of toast as well.

    Not that I'd tell you it was truly excellent, I have to cook it myself to be happy with a fry :(

    ^^ but its good and great atmosphere and lots of toast! ++


  • Registered Users Posts: 12,863 ✭✭✭✭crosstownk


    Another spot - Powers (aka Scraggy Annie's) at the back of McDonalds and opposite the IFC, just off the Kylemore/Naas Rds. This place fries everything (except the egg) in the deep fat fryer. An hour after eating a breakfast at this place you can feel your stomach come to a grinding halt - just waiting to soak up the copious amounts of alcohol that will follow. Should you eat one, and experience chest pains, fear not, for it is not a heart attack, but simply your gall bladder going into overdrive in order to dump out enough bile to breakdown the grease. A fry like this will enhance any beer gut.

    Brothers, this place deserves respect - you can drink any left over grease from the plate when you are finished.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 12,863 ✭✭✭✭crosstownk


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    Almost perfect - but what's with the Low Low lower cholesterol :eek: Tut tut! Real butter ftw!


  • Registered Users Posts: 24,964 ✭✭✭✭Wishbone Ash


    crosstownk wrote:
    Almost perfect - but what's with the Low Low lower cholesterol :eek: Tut tut! Real butter ftw!
    And Chef sauce! :eek: YR is your only man.:)

    At least he's got the Heinz Ketchup - none of that Chef muck!;)


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  • Registered Users Posts: 5,558 ✭✭✭Slutmonkey57b


    GarthV and Anti - the first father-son posting team on beer guts?!? ;)

    There's nothing more vicious than some fella having to listen to his dad making "yore ma" jokes at him. ****ing harsh man.


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,505 ✭✭✭irlirishkev


    I think the place on Parnell Street that has been mentioned, is called The Kingfisher. It's on the left hand side just before you reach Parnell Square, coming from the Capel Street direction.

    I've only been there once. I had fish and chips. I often pass by it though, and the fry ups look deeeeeadly!

    They also have a license to serve alcohol, which is always a good thing!


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,502 ✭✭✭MBC


    the news cafe in blackrock does a lovely breakfast, anns bakery in earl street is great as well


    Yep great spot for a decent fry up. Although they don't actually do sausages its sausage meat and comes like a steak...........delish.


  • Registered Users Posts: 14,184 ✭✭✭✭Pighead


    Pigheads checked this thread 3 times now and I'm absolutely flabbergasted that The Loving Spoon up by Dorset St. hasn't been mentioned yet. The best fry I have ever and am likely to ever taste. Pure Fry Nirvana.


  • Registered Users Posts: 20,942 ✭✭✭✭Stark


    The pub round the corner from Westmoreland Street Centra on Aston Quay. Yum.

    Much better than the ****ehole cafe on Burgh Quay that I used to go to when I needed a fry before catching a Saturday morning bus.

    For the non-Dubliners, the Green Kiwi near UCC in Cork used to do a savage fry-up.

    ⛥ ̸̱̼̞͛̀̓̈́͘#C̶̼̭͕̎̿͝R̶̦̮̜̃̓͌O̶̬͙̓͝W̸̜̥͈̐̾͐Ṋ̵̲͔̫̽̎̚͠ͅT̸͓͒͐H̵͔͠È̶̖̳̘͍͓̂W̴̢̋̈͒͛̋I̶͕͑͠T̵̻͈̜͂̇Č̵̤̟̑̾̂̽H̸̰̺̏̓ ̴̜̗̝̱̹͛́̊̒͝⛥



  • Closed Accounts Posts: 5,668 ✭✭✭nlgbbbblth


    Has Honest to Goodness in the George's St Arcade re-opened yet?

    Good fry. Cooked to order which is most important.

    Places that have the food under hot lamps suck.


  • Registered Users Posts: 12,863 ✭✭✭✭crosstownk


    nlgbbbblth wrote:

    Good fry. Cooked to order which is most important.

    Places that have the food under hot lamps suck.

    Damn right. If I wanted that sort of crap I'd just go to the nearest Statoil/Maxol/whatever. Cooked to order ftw!


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 189 ✭✭s&mbarbie


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    Less beans & mushrooms, more meat! For SHAME!


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    Two rashers, three sausages, two black and two white pudding... that's plenty of meat with a full tin of beans, about six mushrooms and two eggs. (four of the mushrooms were eaten while it was being cooked, so was on of the white puddings. I can never wait.


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 189 ✭✭s&mbarbie


    hmmm...still think you could have chucked the beans and got some more rasher, sausage and maybe a few fried spuds in.


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  • Closed Accounts Posts: 7,398 ✭✭✭Paparazzo


    At least he's got the Heinz Ketchup - none of that Chef muck!;)
    Yeah, I'm defo with ye there. But it's difficult to control with that stay clean cap. The normal upright bottle is your only man


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,288 ✭✭✭Galadriel


    Yes, the does indeed look like a nice fry up, but why oh why is there a tub
    of low low lurking in the background? :eek:


  • Registered Users Posts: 816 ✭✭✭dr strangelove


    but why oh why is there a tub of low low lurking in the background?

    Yeah, are you on a ...... diet...... <shudders> or something?


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 18,239 ✭✭✭✭WindSock


    Went to Harrys in Dun Laoghaire on Sunday. Good value. Sausages a bit thin, but the tomato relish on the side was yum. Recommended.


  • Registered Users Posts: 661 ✭✭✭thewing


    Matt The Rashers on Sundrive Road in Kimmage

    Howard's Way in Churchtown


  • Registered Users Posts: 20,942 ✭✭✭✭Stark


    This thread has me craving a fry-up like nothing else.

    ⛥ ̸̱̼̞͛̀̓̈́͘#C̶̼̭͕̎̿͝R̶̦̮̜̃̓͌O̶̬͙̓͝W̸̜̥͈̐̾͐Ṋ̵̲͔̫̽̎̚͠ͅT̸͓͒͐H̵͔͠È̶̖̳̘͍͓̂W̴̢̋̈͒͛̋I̶͕͑͠T̵̻͈̜͂̇Č̵̤̟̑̾̂̽H̸̰̺̏̓ ̴̜̗̝̱̹͛́̊̒͝⛥



  • Registered Users Posts: 8,382 ✭✭✭petes


    I had my fry up this morning. Not a traditional one. Two burgers (fresh from the butchers), eight sausages, and a packet of rashers. Two fried tomatoes and loads of brown sauce with loads of toast. If I didn't have it this morning I would be having one when I got home after reading this thread.


  • Registered Users Posts: 20,942 ✭✭✭✭Stark


    Someone needs to start posting all-day breakfast places :eek:

    ⛥ ̸̱̼̞͛̀̓̈́͘#C̶̼̭͕̎̿͝R̶̦̮̜̃̓͌O̶̬͙̓͝W̸̜̥͈̐̾͐Ṋ̵̲͔̫̽̎̚͠ͅT̸͓͒͐H̵͔͠È̶̖̳̘͍͓̂W̴̢̋̈͒͛̋I̶͕͑͠T̵̻͈̜͂̇Č̵̤̟̑̾̂̽H̸̰̺̏̓ ̴̜̗̝̱̹͛́̊̒͝⛥



  • Closed Accounts Posts: 4,662 ✭✭✭Trinity


    Pighead wrote:
    Pigheads checked this thread 3 times now and I'm absolutely flabbergasted that The Loving Spoon up by Dorset St. hasn't been mentioned yet. The best fry I have ever and am likely to ever taste. Pure Fry Nirvana.


    Seconded. I came on to post that you beat me to it. Thats my breakfast haunt the odd day i go to work. Best damn fryup money can buy.

    And if you are feeling healthy their scrambled eggs are to die for. :o


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  • Posts: 0 [Deleted User]


    but why oh why is there a tub of low low lurking in the background?

    Ah the ma does get it.

    And agreed on the Lovin Spoonful. Top nosh.


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