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Dublin Woolen Mills, Dublin
(3.1/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Great location to start your day: the benches are very cozy to sit at and the large windows give a great view on the people passing by. the Irish breakfast was very good: not the traditional, but with...  more »
  • I have stopped here several times for coffee and cake mid afternoon. very busy and service was OK on last visit. Service can be indifferent (previous two visits) and the place is usually full of touri...  more »
  • We stopped by this place for breakfast after a dispiriting wander around Dublin looking for a place which could cater for a gluten intolerant diner. They were wonderfully welcoming, and yes they had g...  more »
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  • I save 5 stars for places that really stand out. Was here with my wife, 1yr old and mother Easter weekend. We were just walking passed when the restaurant caught my eye so we stopped. Got a good table, which was lucky since it was the busiest day in Dublin in 100 years. Staff was so friendly and they treated my son like a champ. All that to say the Ha’penny Fry-up is hands down the best breakfast of my life! I want to fly to Dublin just to have it again!
  • It's nearly impossible to order at this place, 90% of the menu is a little dream come true. The dishes are varied and every one seem to be honed to perfection. I honestly can't recommend eating here enough. Prices are slightly high, but worth every penny for a treat. Portions are also pretty generous, so you get your money's worth all round. Staff are extremely attentive, but are never overbearing, and all are very friendly. One of the best brunch experiences in the city.
  • everything was wonderful. i had the tuna wrap with wasabi, and tomato soup. the food was excellent except for the fact that i only tasted wasabi in the last bite and otherwise it basically tasted like a tuna mayo wrap.. nothing that special. my other half had the fancy ham and eggs and she loved it. food and service was amazing, so i can't really complain over a lack of wasabi. :)
  • Unique trendy breakfast spot ... The butternut squash w poached egg dish was amazing! Fresh pressed juice, quality coffee .... Comfortable seating ... We stayed and planned for more than two hours with no hassle. Would definitely recommend for good people!
  • Unique place in the center of Dublin. Very varied and delicious menu; great for lunch and / or coffee. Try their daily soups!