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21 early-opening takeaways in Dublin to satisfy your hangover cravings

Bring on the beige.

SOMETIMES, WITH hangover food, it’s not about it being ‘nice’. It’s not about ‘getting out of the house’. It’s about it being there, close to you.

Here is but a small selection of the fine establishments that open early and deliver the food straight into your grubby paws. *fires up Just-Eat.ie*

PIZZA

If you’re craving pizza, you’re pretty well covered – Dominos, Mizzoni, and Apache Pizza all open at 12 noon today. FANTASTIC.

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Elsewhere:

Hub Café, Ardee Street, The Coombe – open from 11am
Four Star Pizza – Check your local franchise, but most are open from 11am/12pm
Gary’s Gourmet Pizza, Dalkey – open from 12pm
The Pizza Slice, Monkstown – open from 12pm
Pizza Dog, Drumcondra/Swords – open from 12pm

CHINESE

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Weirdly, it appears there aren’t many Chinese takeaways that open early on a Sunday – but these three open from 12pm:

Chuan City, Walkinstown
Jamaal 5 in 1, Inchicore
Wok On Inn, Amiens Street

INDIAN

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All open from 12pm:

Madina Desi Curry, Mary Street
Zaika,
Stephen Street Lower 
Sweet N Spice,
Dorset Street
Tadka House,
Rathmines
Namaste India, Smithfield

CHIPPER

All open from 12pm:

Noah’s Takeaway, Dorset Street Lower
Diner To Your Door, Monkstown
Pizza and Fried Chicken, Ballybough
Salvetas, Finglas
Tops Pizza & Fried Chicken, Crumlin

Do you have a favourite early-opening takeaway that we missed? Shout in the comments!

More: 16 proper chippers to try in Dublin before you die>

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