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8 places all nachos enthusiasts need to visit in Dublin

Spoiler: mouthwatering photos of nachos ahead.

NACHOS: THE KING of foods and the food of kings.

But where can you get your fix in Dublin?

Well…

1. The Washerwoman, Glasnevin

Yesssss🙌🏽 #nachos #cheese #lunch #foodporn #dublinfood #foodstagram

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The Washerwoman, a restaurant brought to you by the same people behind The Winding Stair and Woollen Mills, might have the best nachos that the suburbs have to offer.

2. Dillinger’s, Ranelagh

The nachos in Dillinger’s are so hefty and delicious that they’ll conquer your hunger and your worst hangover.

Warning: you might need help finishing them.

3. Taco Taco, Dame Court

Heaven is nachos and margaritas in Taco Taco.

*praise hands*

4. Boojum

Nachos make me happy🤑

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Yes, Boojum has top-notch burritos, but treat yourself to their nachos next time. (Seriously, the queso is so delicious that you could drink it.)

5. Mission Burritos, Liffey Street Lower

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A work of art, to be honest.

6. K Chido Mexico, Chancery Street, Dublin 7

breakfast nachos are the best nachos 🙏🏻

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Nachos from a food truck might not sound like the most appetising thing, but K Chido Mexico consistently serves up the best and most authentic Mexican food in the city.

And their nachos are no exception.

7. San Lorenzo’s, George St

It’s not called Brunch of Champions for no reason, you know…

8. Beckett & Bull, Harold’s Cross

This Harold’s Cross spot offers nachos and delicious Bloody Marys, and it’s more chilled out than city centre brunch spots if you’re suffering from fear/don’t want to see anyone.

The recipe for an excellent Sunday, if you ask us.

Did we miss anywhere? Let us know in the comments.

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