Lemon Jelly Cafe
Millennium Walkway, Italian Quarter, Dublin


Casual Dining
Based on 88 reviews

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From heavenly crepes to delicious paninis, great coffee to good wine, the menu is packed with great choices, and the service always comes with a welcoming smile...
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Posted 20th Sep 2017 by KATE45211259First Timer: 3 reviews

The staff and the food are great. Perfect for a quick bite or a coffee. Always a treat to visit.

Posted 4th Dec 2015 by VIVISTONEFoodie: 94 reviews

Went for brunch with boyfriend on Sunday, the place has a lovely and energizing atmosphere, it s cosy and warm, staff is so nice and always smiling, service is fast and the crepes are delicious, definitely a brilliant spot for a w-end breakfast!

Posted 24th Oct 2014 by VALERIEOLIVIAFirst Timer: 36 reviews

Good all around. A bit pricey, but not out of the range of acceptable for a place like this. Salad with goats cheese was excellent. They were great to our kids.

Posted 5th Sep 2014 by KIMMCDONALD22Foodie: 19 reviews

Hubby & I usually head here for breakfast with 2 small kids. We dropped in for an early lunch and had 2 kids with us. They are age 3 & 5 but staff always have a friendly smile for us and a table available. They are always very welcoming to the children. We had the breakfast & scrambled eggs for the kids. Food is good and quick. Service is excellent and nice buzz about the place. I love this spot.

Posted 18th Mar 2014 by KATSAIFirst Timer: 76 reviews

Been there 4 times and the staff is very nice and charming...But not very efficient:-( they got the orders wrong and the drinks came after the food...I will still go back,let's say it's part of the fun!

Posted 27th Feb 2014 by GODALYFirst Timer: 64 reviews

If you like chilling out, soaking up the atmosphere during the weekend over a nice Crepe or Omelette, The Lemon Jelly is a wonderful place to go to in the Italian Quarter. The staff are very friendly, the service is good and there is a wonderful selection to choose from the menu.

Posted 31st Jan 2014 by CIARAMCDONA21239939First Timer: 19 reviews

YUM! Best place to go 'people watching' & the staff are always kind and welcoming!

Posted 28th Jan 2014 by HELENAMGuru: 46 reviews

Nice casual spot, not too busy when we arrived at 12.30 but much more crowded when we left at 1.30. The waiter was lovely, gave us ample time to peruse the menu and still didn't even get impatient when my friend himmed and hawed for another 5 minutes while he was standing there waiting. I went for the bacon, brie and mixed leaves on a poppy seed bagel, which tasted fresh and delicious. Would have preferred a little bit more crisp in the bacon for an extra texture. My friend had a house salad with chicken, which looked great and she said was fantastic.

We were not asked how our meal was until our plates were being cleared and were then left for half an hour before we decided to go to the counter to see about paying our bill. The barista who took payment seemed like the happiest man in the world. I would consider going back just to soak up his joie de vivre!

Posted 28th Nov 2013 by PARNELLFirst Timer: 14 reviews

The food in this restaurant is always very good. I keep going back because the waiters are always so friendly and helpful.

Posted 9th Sep 2013 by ONDESConnoisseur: 19 reviews

I go here with friends quite a bit and the food is exceptional, always fresh , well presented and of a great quality. However this place is unfortunately let down by its noise every lunch time the place is extremely loud with the banging of plates and smashing of cutlery obviously being cleaned during the lunch time rush however it makes it difficult to relax or to have a conversation. It takes away greatly from an enjoyable lunch time however we do keep returning for the great food but the atmosphere could do with an improvement.
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