Sausage rolls are the grab-and-go breakfast of champions. Today’s offerings are far from the mini sausage rolls of our childhoods. These bad boys have gone glam. Small, batched, artisanal, and scrumptious. So it’s no wonder you can now get more than 20 different kinds of sausage rolls in Dublin.
Dublin City Centre has become a clandestine battleground for the best sausage rolls in maybe the world, so today, we present to you the top 5 sausage rolls that are redefining the genre.
At number five, we have Copper & Straw – a haven on Aston Quay that marries gorgeous coffee with the gastronomic gold of a superb sausage roll. Copper & Straw takes the art of meat and pastry to a new level. Each bite of their revolving door of flavours challenges the conventional notion of what a sausage roll should be. If you’ve never tried it, then this is your cue to indulge in one of their masterpieces.
Joli, our fourth contender, is the eccentric soul of Dublin’s sausage roll renaissance. The amalgamation of quirky ambience and high-quality ingredients makes Joli a must-visit for any discerning sausage roll enthusiast. They make some of the best veggie sausage rolls in the city, too. Prepare to be transported into a world where each roll is a work of art, and breakfast becomes a celebration of unapologetic individuality.
Deli147 takes the bronze in our quest for Dublin’s finest sausage roll. A homage to tradition with a dash of contemporary flair, Deli147 is where the classics are reimagined. Whether you’re a fan of Ballymaloe relish or prefer the zing of jalapenos, this spot offers a weekly variety that will leave you in a state of ecstatic confusion. Did you just drop cash dollar for a sausage roll? Yes. Was it a revelatory moment? Yes. Do you think you may have seen the true face of the lord and saviour? Also yes. And all that in a handheld meat roll? Yup, it’s just that hommona-hommona level good.
Bread 41, our second-place contender, is not just a reliable spot for your Saturday morning pick-me-ups; it’s home to a sausage roll that invariably sells the fugg out. If it wasn’t so tricky to get your hands on this bad boy, it probably would have taken the top spot. This establishment has dared to craft a sausage roll that would make even the most fervent anti-porker question their choices. And don’t stop at one – pair it with a sweet pastry for the ultimate brunch-dessert experience. Bread 41 is a manifestation of joy in treat form.
And finally, taking the throne as the undisputed ruler of Dublin’s sausage roll kingdom is Fallon & Byrne. This culinary haven has mastered the delicate dance between pastry and sausage, creating an unparalleled symphony of flavours. Their sausage rolls are not just a cure for Friday morning hangovers; they are a testament to the transformative power of gastronomy. With more than 20 different kinds to choose from, Fallon & Byrne stands as a beacon of culinary diversity, inviting you to indulge in the ultimate breakfast.