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Wall & Keogh Organic Teas
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Today 8:00 AM – 8:30 PM
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45 Richmond St S Dublin Ireland
45 Richmond Street SouthIEDublinDublin2
+353 1 475
Restaurant or Cafe, Tea House
Restaurant or Cafe
Tea House
Tea Store
Today 8:00 AM – 8:30 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM – 8:30 PMThursday 8:00 AM – 8:30 PMFriday 8:00 AM – 8:30 PMSaturday 11:00 AM – 7:30 PMSunday 11:00 AM – 7:30 PMMonday 8:00 AM – 8:30 PMTuesday 8:00 AM – 8:30 PM
We have over 150 varieties of loose leaf organic tea for your perusal. Sit in and enjoy your choice or take a bag of tea home and impress your friends.
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150 loose leaf teas, mixed to your liking and served with sushi among fashionable knick knacks.- Google
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Jonathan Fain
7 months ago
Good Wi-Fi, lots of tea and gluten free pastries. Some vegan options and sandwiches. Really great place to relax!
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Daniel Friedmann
3 years ago
Wow, this tea house is such a gem. Even as you stand in front of the door and when you enter you are hit by a multitude of smells I had to opportunity to get an introduction into the various different kinds and qualities of loose leaf teas in a very friendly and almost family-like atmosphere. I sampled different teas like Rooibos, Pu-erh, Oolong, and the fantastic flavour-intense Darjeeling. If you thought that your usual tea bag was nice, think again. There is such a huge difference between standard teas and the teas served at Wall & Keogh's. To accompany the tea we also had sushi which was freshly made for us by their Korean sushi master. It was simply delicious even without the optional soy sauce and wasabi which would have overshadowed the rich flavours. I highly recommend Wall & Keogh for everyone who wants to try out something new and way better than any tea powder in bags. Smell the teas, taste them, and buy a bag for that special moment at home.
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Michał Dziewoński
2 years ago
The shop looks the part, the people running it know their trade - and it's definitely there for all types of tea drinkers - from casual, everyday tea cuppa wielders to high-brow tea aficionados. Don't be afraid to ask questions and state your preferences - with so many jars, you're bound to be offered something that will make you happy. If you like your tea different than what you get from the regular, boring shops with their boxed bags, you have to visit Wall & Keogh!
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Tomasz Jama
2 years ago
Great selection of teas and very nice staff.
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Marta Piqueras-Brunet
3 years ago
Great atmosphere and service - a place that can catter different needs. While it's not compulsory to be a tea drinker, you might become one after learning all about it with Oliver & co.! From black tea to herbal tea, anything in between. We had a sample of different ones, all gorgeous, and also kimbap (Korean sushi) & a Korean dessert made of matcha powder. The board also shows miso soup and sandwiches, both very affordable. The owners aim to have it as a place where people come relax and enjoy. Whether you want to taste one of their 150 types of tea or not, I highly recommend checking it out! The place is also a shop so you can pop in just to purchase: don't know what to choose? It's okay, just smell as many teas as you like, opening the jar lids yourself, at your own pace.
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Brian Herron
3 years ago
Really gorgeous little spot and one of the most peaceful cafés in Dublin. Except its not a café, it's all about the teas here. There's over 150 varieties of loose leaf tea and the staff are well-versed in the qualities of each – need a pick me up? No problem. A de-stresser? No worries. They've got you covered. Actually, probably the best bit of the experience is sniffing the lids of the jars to figure out what you fancy. The decors is awesome too – tasteful and hip and the back garden area is great for whiling away a couple of hours. They serve Korean sushi here also, which I think I actually prefer to the Japanese kind and healthy tasting sandwiches.
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Emmanuelle Guimard
3 years ago
Probably the best place for tea lovers! They have the best selection of loose whole leaf teas, all organic. They are passionate about the product and will tell you each tea's stories if you are curious and ask questions. The place is also very cute and the teas are beautifully displayed. They also have a small gig room downstairs that you can book... for free! Awesome people and awesome service!
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Mark Thackwell
2 years ago
Nice seating at the back. Quite private


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