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10 delicious cakes and pastries in Dublin that will make your mouth water

Don’t read if you’re hungry.

LOVE PASTRIES, but don’t know where to satisfy your sweet tooth?

We got you.

1. An enormous cinnamon bun from Simon’s Place

The cinnamon bun from Simon’s Place is a Dublin institution. Enormous, sticky goodness. And once you have one, you’ll wonder how you ever went without having one.

Note: they are only available after 1pm.

2. A croissant from Panem

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Like croissants, but find yourself frequently disappointed by Dublin’s offering? Suffering from croissennui? Allow Panem to restore your faith in the humble French pastry.

3. A decadent apple Danish from The Natural Bakery

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The Natural Bakery has several branches across Dublin now and they all have one thing in common — their pastry game is top-notch. We recommend the decadent apple Danish. Worth it even if you have sticky fingers afterwards.

4. A dazzling doughnut from The Woollen Mills

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The Woollen Mills don’t do your standard jam-filled doughnut. Oh no.

They’re constantly experimenting and changing things up. Lemon meringue doughnuts? Check. Chocolate doughnuts? Check. Rhubarb and custard? You betcha.

Also worth noting that they do a mean coffee.

5. A scrumptious scone from Queen of Tarts

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Craving a blueberry scone and a pot of tea? Get thee to Queen of Tarts.

Warning: you may be unable to resist buying a slice of cake.

6. A strawberry tart from Le Petit Parisien

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We’ll let the picture speak for itself.

7. A slice of cake from The Cake Café

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You can’t go wrong with any of the offerings in The Cake Café. We have a special fondness for the lemon yoghurt cake, though.

8. A cheeky cupcake from The Cupcake Bloke

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*smashes face with cupcake*

9. A scroll from Sister Sadie

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You can get it in cinnamon and walnut, or chocolate and hazelnut.

You won’t regret either.

10. A cronut from Sasha House Petite

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Sasha House Petite is keeping the cronut trend alive and tends to experiment a lot. The above creation? A pistachio cronut.

*salivates*

Note: they are only available on Fridays.

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