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Bibi's Café
Eclectic Restaurant
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14A Emorville Ave Dublin 8 Ireland
14A Emorville AvenueIEDublinDublin 8
Eclectic Restaurant, European Restaurant
Eclectic Restaurant
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Kevin Eldridge
2 weeks 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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Michal Wojtanowski
4 months ago
Nice and cozy brunch place. Make sure you come early (11ish) to avoid queues!
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Judy Wong
a month ago
I love this place x
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Clément Toulemonde
2 years ago
Great cakes! Come early if you want a full choice. Service is a bit slow.
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jins joy
3 months ago
Superb place, nice and cozy ambiance, very welcoming staff and last but not the least the food is just yummylicious :). After living only a few streets away from this cafe, pity we found it out so late. We were lucky as we didn't have to wait get a table, 'first time lucky'. Had Gubbeen chorizo sandwich and it was HEAVEN. What a beautiful way to start the weekend. 'HIGHLY RECOMMENDED'
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Giacomo Gnecchi Ruscone
9 months ago
Excellent: great sunday brunch, try the poached eggs with salmon or the breakfast salad. Best cappuccino in Dublin.
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Olga Suvorova
2 years ago
Wow! I'd never think that there're still no reviews for this absolutely cute, cosy, and delicious place:) Maybe because it's just "hidden" a bit further (well, nothing's really far in Dublin:)) from the 'happening' Dublin 2 weekend brunch life in traditional Avoca, Queen of Tarts, Odessa, etc. etc. And as much as love Avoca, I'm getting a bit bored going there every single weekend and knowing the menu by heart:) Back to Bibi's!:) The place is run by 2 sisters I think and has the cutest 'homy' atmosphere you can possibly find in Dublin! So is the food. It looks like a standard selection of brunch dishes, BUT.. all of them have a special touch, special flavor, special warmth. And... what I like the most is their selection of absolutely mind-blowing homemade cakes which they bring you to try (a small piece) with every tea/coffee order - LOVE IT!!!:) Now "get on your boots" as U2 would sing and go try it!;)
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Tim O
2 years ago
Wonderful hidden cafe with a unique brunch menu which changes regularly. Tables can be hard to come by at lunch time on weekends but worth the wait.