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Bibi's Café
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14A Emorville Ave Dublin 8 Ireland
14A Emorville AvenueIEDublinDublin 8
+353 1 454 7421bibis.ie
Eclectic Restaurant, European Restaurant
Eclectic Restaurant
European Restaurant
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laura sibley
2 months ago
I love this place because of the butternut squash with poached eggs dish, clay pottery, cool decor, quiet location, friendly staff. All the food is fab and this is my new happy coffee/lunch place in Dublin. Brought my sister here who lives in Galway and she raved about it after. Perfect for girlie lunches.
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Dave Davis
5 months ago
Had a business lunch here today. I'm pretty hard to please but today I had, without a doubt, the most delicious lunch I've ever had in my life. That's no exaggeration. This place is an absolute hidden gem. An unassuming quaint little cafe with the most unique menu I've ever seen. The staff here were a delight and the service prompt and efficient. The real star was the food though. Coupled with a craft ginger beer (is that a thing?), my smashed avocado dish was to die for. I would never have found this little treasure on my own had it not been for the company of a local. If you're in the area, pop in. You'll love it!
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David Acs
2 weeks ago
Very nice place with delicious brunch. Unfortunately many times too crowded, and tables are too close to each other. Their booking system is also strange, someone will give you a call some time before your table is ready.
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Oliver Adan Nyrop-Larsen
3 months ago
Best brunch/breakfast in Dublin. We go here at every chance we get. Favourites are the butternut squash eggs, the pan fried manchego/chorizo sandwich and french toast with bacon!
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Monika Molander
3 months ago
Positives Hidden gem. Delicious food, great service, and quaint atmosphere. One of the best brunches in Dublin Negatives -juices are readymade -long lines, advise to book in advance
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Daniel Bendix
4 weeks ago
This place is simply amazing! Try the French Toast with bacon - It will blow you away :)
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Louise Heavin
a month ago
Fantastic for brunch.. the butternut squash eggs are a favorite of mine. Be prepared to queue or have a walk round the area while waiting for a phone call.
Kevin Eldridge
6 months ago
The food and friendly staff at Bibi's are incredible. The restaurant is hidden in a residential area, but is well worth the effort to find (easy if you use the map on Yelp with your smartphone). You will begin your meal with cold water with mint and cucumber which is so very refreshing. The poached eggs with butter nut squash and creme fraiche, served with home made sour dough toast was almost beyond description. We also had the brioche french toast with bacon and maple syrup (delicious), the yogurt with granola and fresh berries (lovely and large), and the turkish eggs. We first ate at Bibi's on our first morning in Dublin and had to go back on our last day to exprience it one more time. We were not disappointed. If you have time for one place to eat breakfast or lunch... go to Bibi's.
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