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Sweet Churro
Dublin City, Co. Dublin
Family friendly
Dog friendly
Visit Ireland's first churrería, Sweet Churro, in Temple Bar in the heart of Dublin City.

Sweet Churro in Dublin City serves churros that are vegan friendly. The churros are inspired by a Spanish recipe and are always made fresh to order. The pancakes are gluten free, spongey and are all made in American style.

Sweet Churro is open every day, offering a wide variety of churros and pancakes, alongside Venezuelan food, ice cream, coffee, milkshakes and other sweet treats.

Some of the dishes on offer at Sweet Churro are both vegan friendly and gluten free. The Sweet Churro menu includes, plain churros, oreo churros, churros with a sugar or cinnamon dusting, cookie dough churros, sweet crepes, tequeños, empanadas, cachapa, milkshakes and a traditional Spanish hot chocolate.

Sweet Churro is a popular choice for breakfast, brunch, dinner or an on the go snack when with friends or family. It is also a dog friendly premises.

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4 Dame St, Temple Bar, Dublin, D02 E096, Ireland
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