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“First Irish breakfast here”
Review of Queen of Tarts

Queen of Tarts
Ranked #3 of 32 Bakeries in Dublin
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $7 - $10
Cuisines: Irish, Cafe
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Good for: Romantic, Local cuisine
Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Delivery, Takeout
Neighborhood: South City Centre
Description: A friendly restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and delicious baked goods throughout the day. We have two locations in Dublin City Centre across from Dublin Castle, two minutes apart from each other. Drop in for a homemade scone with raspberry jam and cream, or a seasonal savoury tart.
Reviewed September 29, 2016 via mobile

Right in the heart of Dublin near Dublin Castle. Small but friendly staff and great food. We enjoyed our first full Irish breakfast here.

Thank Mark H
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Reviewed September 29, 2016 via mobile

Bad thing about nice places is they get discovered and get busy. Often a waiting queue to get in. Lunch/brunch is nice though and the employees are friendly (but busy)

Thank Sander B
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Reviewed September 29, 2016

This quaint little tea room sits in the middle of Dublin's famed Temple Bar district across the street from Dublin Castle on Dame street (they have a more spacious and upscale venue about a block away on Cows Lane). This small shop seats about 10 people and is strictly breakfast, lunch and tea/coffee with a fantastic array of tasty pastries. It's a great place to sit and relax after walking and touring the sights in the Temple Bar area. When in Dublin put this cafe on your list of must do's.

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Thank Joe Q
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Reviewed September 27, 2016

This is a fab place but so busy that the experience is muted a little. We went here because my daughter is an enormous fan. The brownies are delicious and I had chocolate pecan pie. I suspect the secret to success may be lashings of butter but no worries, it's so hard to get a table, you won't visit too often. ;) Seriously though, if you want a special experience and delicious food, visit this place. I am told breakfast is amazing!

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Thank IPI6869
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Reviewed September 27, 2016 via mobile

Quaint and charming place. All the food, soup, breads and deserts are made there. We had the white bean and leek soup and mozzarella sandwich which was served on foccaci bread. The staff very attentive and friendly. We were to full to have dessert, so we had it wrapped to go. Carrot cake and raseberry muffins were to die for. Of all the places we dined in here in Dublin, this was my favorite.

Thank Djjworld
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