Busyfeet & Coco Cafe restaurant
41- 42 South William Street, South William Street
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Reviewed 28th February 2014
Lovely lunch time spot - fabulous food and very decent portion sizes. Staff were superbly friendly and helpful. Have heard wonderful things about the gluten free peanut tart, was only devastated I didn't have room to try it ;-)
Reviewed 25th November 2013
Incredibly friendly staff, efficient, and tasty food to boot. Brie and bacon sandwich for me this time with a cuppa tae. Coming back for the live music on saturday night!
Reviewed 21st October 2013
One of my favourite Dublin cafés; relaxed atmosphere, great location, really good food, especially the red pepper soup and the bacon and Brie sandwiches. Yum!
Reviewed 22nd August 2013
Without question my favourite coffee shop in Dublin. It stay open late and the goat's cheese salad is amazing.
Reviewed 02nd August 2013
Had a lovely lunch here today. I had the Cafe Tuna Salad and my friend had Grilled Goats cheese with bacon... Its was Delicious. The staff were very friendly and efficient. We also shared a bottle of Marques de Riscal Rueda and two coffees with home made carrot cake & ice cream, yum yum.. Very good service with a smile and very reasonably priced.. I will be back....
Reviewed 31st October 2012
Arrived at 12.55 when breakfast finishes at 1 - just asked the waitress if there was any way we could still get breakfast, and was VERY curtly told (without eye contact) that it was finished. We ordered our sandwiches, plus a tea and coffee, and she didn't speak the entire time other than that. Squashed into the corner, the food arrived 10 minutes later and was put onto the table with a 'HERE' from the waitress. The sandwiches were not very good at all - the chicken-melt on 'focaccia' was on anything BUT focaccia. Tea was weak and cheap tasting, coffee only OK. Milk 'jug' had no spout, resulting in spillage. The service was the clincher - I've never dealt with such rude staff in my life! For the first time ever in Dublin, I didn't leave a tip. Will not be going back again.
Reviewed 20th October 2012
yea, no. me and two friends went here last week and were disappointed. first off, the tried seating 3 of us at a 2 top. i would rather you say you have no room, than try squishing us together to make a buck they had a burger & pint deal for a tenner but when my friend wanted to add bacon and brie to his burger (obviously willing to pay for it) he was told no, the deal was ONLY with a plain or cheddar burger. well maybe they should put that note under the types of burgers instead of BURGER & A PINT 10EURO!. tell us which burger next time. the burgers came after about 25 mins... and looked like something you get at McDs. I would actually rather have eaten a whopper w/ cheese from BK than this cos at least it would then be half the price,a fraction of the time and taste twice as good. I got up to ask the waiter for a side of chips. he says " no we dont do them. and theyre not healthy. you shouldnt be eating them." well, one little fella just got on my bad side, and that's not good for anyone. he told us earlier he was new there but i think what he meant was that he was new to common manners. i told him he shouldnt give input like that to customers and he actually followed me to my table stating his case until i had to tell him to go away. we asked for the bill and were told we had to go to the till to get it. when we went up the girl asked us what table number we were at. uhhhh i have no idea cos guess what, i dont work here. we paid and got out. wont go back.
Reviewed 25th January 2012
I used to come in here alot for lunch breaks, quick coffee and a soup and back to work; place would always be busy so didn't pay too much attention to the surroundings. Tonight popped in before my evening class for something to eat before hand. Coffee: Ordered regular size (I hate large coffee that come out in huge bowls) good coffee in a good sized cup - just right for €1.90. Dinner: Ordered 1 lasagne and 1 burger. No lasagne so just changed it to two burgers. The menu was a bit boring, lots of sandwiches, salads looked good but I was looking for something a bit more filling, 4 choices of burger (basically just either adding more cheese / bacon) and lasagne - not too much choice if you want a hot option. Arrived in good time; just burger and salad no chips (not offered on the menu, but it is generally burger and chips!) Salad was just leaves, two slices of tomato and 3 slices of cucumber. Burger was good - nothing special. It was only €7.40 but it was like something you would slap up yourself at home in a few minutes. Overall: I can see where the Cafe is going with it's cute fairy lights, paintings for sale - but it just doesn't come together. The tables are much too close together, chairs are very uncomfortable, the aircon blowing at the seats was freezing. Beside one table was the sweeping brush and I could see behind the counter the bin was full and rubbish was pouring all over the ground. Menus were tatty and very frayed. Chef was wearing jeans! I'm a firm believer that it is the little things that pull a place together, maybe some good strong management and a little freshing up and this place could really be something.
Reviewed 24th January 2012
The food is nice, the prices are reasonable, but the place is a bit small and cramped perhaps. It's good for a quick lunch, nothing remarkable but somewhere I'd go back to again.
Reviewed 02nd August 2011
Had a quick lunch here at the weekend.. It seems very quiet inside, but busy outside, there are a lot of similar places in the same area. Ordered the chicken tandoori sandwich, without mayo but it arrived with. Had to send it back, never like when that happens but it was quickly rectified. The sandwich was much too large for me, to be honest, a lot of chicken and lettuce and not much else. Weak tea and leaky teapots, also not impressed with that. It's ok, if you aren't fussy and don't mind a quick slap up sambo but it wasn't my favourite in the area.