One of the last remaining decent fry ups in the city centre, and a hangover mainstay, but basically everything they do is simple, well prepared and all round great
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We stopped in here for lunch after a lot of walking around Dublin. We got the smoked salmon salad and the trukey brie ciabatta. Tasted awesome!! Fast service, quiet little place, great atmosphere. Bright and cheery. Definitely recommend!
I cannot say enough good things about this café. Great service, huge portions of home cooked food and excellent value for money. Great atmosphere too.
Was here last night wiht my friend and i have to say the food was lovely.We both had the lasagne and even though it could have been a bit hotter,it was really nice.The server was really nice ,chatty and helpful.Without being intrusive.
I ve passed this place 9000x but never thought of going in. Something about it just doesn't scream '' inviting '' but after going in with friends a couple years ago, we would visit quite often and were never disappointed with the food or service,...More
I had passed by a few times so when in town last week decided to give it a go. With a French name and Asian staff didn't know what to expect . Very reasonablely priced and tasty food .I had fish and chips which I...More
After taking the LUAS into the city center, my boyfriend and I came across Mes Amis' all-day full Irish breakfast special for 8 Euros and we quickly found ourselves at home in this cozy cafe. The cafe has a pleasant, intimate and casual atmosphere with...More
Was arrived at this coffee shop at 5:40 with some friends for a little chill after work. when we walked in we ask what time did they close at and she said 7:30pm then we decided to stay. after 30 seconds sitting down then the...More