What was previously Sister Sadie has been renamed to Brother Hubbard South, and is centrally located in Dublin. Brother Hubbard South prides itself on offering traditional brunch dishes such as smashed avocado and eggs but putting a Middle Eastern twist on them by topping the dish with Harissa yoghurt, making it a very different experience for guests!
Brother Hubbard South is quite a popular spot among locals, so it is definitely recommended to get there early! There is indoor seating and also a porch that has heaters for chillier days.
The restaurant has two locations in Dublin – the original Brother Hubbard is located on Dublin’s Capel Street. The restaurant on Capel Street has also started serving meals in the evening. The staff in both locations are really friendly and so flexible when it comes to dietary requirements, as everything is made fresh to order.
I love the ‘Brother Hubbard’s avo and eggs’ and they also serve herbal teas from Wall & Keogh, which makes it a true favourite of mine. Brother Hubbard is great for brunch or snacks.