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Sister Sadie

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Sister Sadie
Garrett Fitzgerald
46 Harrington Street, Dublin 8,
Co.Dublin

Telephone: +353 (0)1 441 6596
Email: hello@sistersadie.ie
Web: sistersadie.ie

One of the most popular spots to go brunching in Dublin, right now, is Sister Sadie on Harrington Street, around the corner from the top of Camden Street. Sister Sadie is affecti...

Sister Sadie
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How to get there

Near Camden Street junction, opposite old Garda Club

Good to know

Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri 7.45am-4pm
Sat/Sun 10am-5pm
Cuisine:
Casual food with a slight Middle Eastern influence
A La Carte:
€5.95 - €10.95
Sunday Lunch:
Weekend brunch Sat/Sun
Children’s Menu:
No
Number of Covers:
72
Wheelchair Facilities:
No
Credit Cards:
Yes
Private Dining Facilities:
No
Wifi:
No

About The Restaurant

One of the most popular spots to go brunching in Dublin, right now, is Sister Sadie on Harrington Street, around the corner from the top of Camden Street. Sister Sadie is affectionately known as the younger brother of Brother Hubbard’s on Capel Street, and it certainly has the same sense of style, flavour and attitude that has made big bro so successful. Always bustling, the atmosphere in Sister Sadie’s is very fresh & hip, with a bright welcoming interior illuminated by very stylish hanging brass light fixtures. When it comes to cuisine at Sister Sadie’s, they say that their aim is to serve simple fresh food & drinks made with a lot of love and effort. Their menu is simple, focusing on the quality & freshness of what they put on their customers plates.

Serving breakfast from 7.45am Mon – Fri, they have some great morning munchables, like toasted granola with organic yoghurt and their Summer berry compote; slow cooked organic porridge served classic, special or virtuous; toasted sourdough breads with a selection of homemade preserves; or their very own concoction called a bircher bowl, consisting of rolled oats, dried fruit and dates soaked in organic apple juice with banana, cinnamon, cardamom, crème fraiche, a little maple syrup, all topped with toasted nuts, pomegranate seeds and fresh mint. Delicious! They also do all sorts of scones, brownies, slices and cakes, with some of their brunch dishes featuring on the breakfast menu to cater for those particularly ravenous early birds.

As the clock ticks forward, the breakfast menu gives way to the lunch & brunch offerings, which feature things like sweet pepper & roast tomato soup topped with chilli & herb yoghurt and served with sourdough bread and hummus; Shakshuka style baked eggs in a rich and gently spiced tomato and roast pepper stew, accompanied by Feta, and fresh herbs, with optional add ons such as chorizo, salmon or a leafy side salad; not to mention a dish of beans and the hipster staple of pulled pork in a tomato sauce served with a soft fried egg and toast. I love their Turkish eggs Menemen, which they have borrowed from their big brother, a delicious delight of scrambled eggs with tomato & roast peppers, with Feta, black olive yoghurt, fresh herbs, chilli and red onions all atop a piece of toasted sourdough with spinach leaves. They also do terrific sandwiches at Sister Sadie’s, including their award winning hot sandwich special of slow-roasted pulled pork with warm spices, lemon & fennel seed, served with a celeriac remoulade, beetroot and baby spinach on griddled sourdough bread.

At the weekend, they have an even more comprehensive Brunch menu with choices like baklava French toast; their chorizo and potato spectacular topped with a poached egg, scallions and zesty herbs; and their Sister Sadie beans classic of homemade cannellini beans in a rich tomato sauce with a fried egg and whipped Feta yoghurt, all joining the menu, along with some bubbly bottles of Prosecco!

For a great daytime bite, Sister Sadie’s is supreme.

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