The tarts were just okay, but the berry-apple crumble was stellar. Very busy but service was quick. All wrapped up in a box with a bow.
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We enjoyed this tiny restaurant (by North American standards) whilst enjoying the City Sightseeing Tour of Dublin. Wanting a place for lunch, we were extremely happy with a bowl of minestrone soup and homemade bread. Delicious! Could not resist trying two of their desserts- fruit...More
I've been here during my last trip to Dublin already which already shows how much I liked it. The breakfast is fantastic and I really like the cosy atmosphere. But what you really need to try is the pumpkin pie. If I could I would...More
The atmosphere in both Dublin Queen of Tarts locations was charming. The pastries were Irish & Continental - and delicious! - the hot beverages were strong and tasty. The whole atmosphere was wonderful for an American visiting Ireland. Both locations were staffed by locals but...More
Very busy busy place had originally just gone in for a coffe but was temped to get some scramble egg and smoked Irish salmon with bread . The scramble eggs were a little disappointing as the were just luke warm and could have done with...More
We stopped and looked and bought! Chocolate and pecan and chocolate and pear tarts ,all to (not diet) for,they traveled well in the cute little boxes so we could share them with friends across the ocean. We went to both locations,not very far apart.Absolutely great...More
This little gem of a place was one of our happiest finds in Dublin! The atmosphere was lovely, the tea and coffee amazing and oh, the treats! So many choices!! We can say without reserve that the Lemon Meringue Tarts and the Carrot Cake are...More