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The Fumbally found its home in a large space that fell victim to the bust of the Celtic Tiger and had been left empty since its construction. What's come from that is a caf� and restaurant that... Read More
The Fumbally found its home in a large space that fell victim to the bust of the Celtic Tiger and had been left empty since its construction. What's come from that is a caf� and restaurant that is more reminiscent of continental Europe in it's interiors and use of space. You can see all the fresh produce used in the food stacked up in one corner and the salads and ingredients stare out at you invitingly from the counter of the open-plan kitchen. Coffee comes from both 3FE and other local coffee roasters like Roasted Brown and tea from Wall & Keogh. The cakes and treats change week to week but there are some stalwarts like the rich chocolate cake that are always worth ordering.
Dublin, Dublin 8
- Best for Desserts & Coffee Because: The Fumbally's space and ethos set it apart in Dublin and it's a great, open space to spend an afternoon.
- Best for Breakfast/Brunch Because: The Fumbally is one of the best-value brunch spots in Dublin for the quality and diversity of the food.
- Best for Lunch Because: The Fumbally is really a one of a kind in Dublin in that it's a great space making fantastic, different food.