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8 cures: The best weekday hangover lunches in Dublin

Give us the beige!

HANGING? NEED SOMETHING to get you through to hometime?

Bring on the beige (and the rest)…

Ray’s Pizza, Templebar

Opens at midday. Huge slices. Cold cans of Fanta. Get in.

ray Source: Facebook

 Musashi, Capel Street

Stay with us here. Sushi can sometimes be a godsend for a poor hungover head. Even if you can’t face the raw fish, go for some veggie options. And you won’t feel quite so loathsome towards yourself afterwards (not that you should EVER apologise for a scaldy hangover lunch).

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It’s not just sushi on the menu either. The hot dishes are just as tasty.

mush Source: facebook

Zaytoon, Parliament Street

Did you know you can have Zaytoon for lunch? Well you can. And you shall.

zay Source: @_TheLee_

K Chido Mexican Food Truck, Chancery Street

Tacos, burritos, nachos, cheese, guacamole, rice, bread. What could possible go wrong?

This place is tucked away in a small warehouse space near Smithfield fruit markets. Worth seeking out.

tacos Source: @theresahdez

Bunsen Burger, Camden Street

Regularly touted as the best burger in Dublin, there is no messing here. Burgers and chips. The age-old hangover cure.

Tough choices... #Burger #bunsen #dublin #food Source: wordmonkey

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Carvery at O’Neill’s, Suffolk Street

Sometimes there’s nothing an obscene mountain of mash and a lump of roast beef won’t fix. O’Neill’s is your dependable carvery specialist in these extreme cases. More roasties please. Few more, good man.

O'Neill's carvery and Guinness to start the weekend #100happydays #day73 #Ireland Source: tinaferan

Boojum, Kevin Street Lower

If you can get there early enough to beat the queue, this could be the saving of you. Will you go for a traditional burrito? Maybe some nachos? Tacos? A bowl? DID WE TELL YOU TO STOP ADDING CHEESE?

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Sticky Pulled Pork Sandwich at Staple Foods, Temple Bar

Again, you need to get in before the lunchtime rush, but this hangover cure on a plate is worth it. The Mexican Street Food Salad is a close second.

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