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9 Dublin sandwiches that might change your life

Well, they might change your lunch at least.

GOT A SAD cheese sandwich for lunch?

Preparing to horse into another grim container of soup?

Fear not, we’re here to help with some of Dublin’s best slap up sandwiches.

Brother Hubbard

Famed for their slow-roasted pulled pork special, this Capel St café also does a stellar breakfast.

Best sandwich in Dublin. Alledgelly Source: tomb1776

Sample menu here.

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Brother Hubbard also has the added bonus of their daily tip war.


Located on Bath Avenue in Dublin 4, Juniors Deli and Café, serving NYC style sandwiches.

We’ll have what she’s having etc…


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Menu here.

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147 Deli

Located at 147 Parnell Street, 147 Deli will sort you out with specials like the smoked fillet of pork neck with coriander & pomegranate slaw and guacamole. Mercy!

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Green Bench Cafe

Monatague Street’s sandwich heaven, serving baked ham, chicken, pork shoulder, roast beef and haloumi feeds.


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Menu here.

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Poulet Bonne Femme

Located in Avoca stores in Monkstown, Rathcoole and Suffolk Street.

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Menu here.

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Pablo Picante (Clarendon Market)

Forget about the burritos. It’s all about the tortas. Delicious, delicious tortas.


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Honest to Goodness

You had us at ‘eight different breads to choose from’. Located at Dame Court, Dublin 2. They also do pizzas.

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Da Mimmo

North Strand’s very own slice of Italian heaven, serving delicious fresh ingredients on amazing fresh baked bread.


Menu here.

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Meet and Meat

Did somebody mention meat? This South William Street cafe and restaurant can sort you out.

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Menu here.

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We want your suggestions, from Dublin and around the country. Where’s the best sandwich to be had? 

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Emer McLysaght

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