Seven Wonders Coffee Bar restaurant
Aston Quay, City Centre NorthNorth Co Dublin
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Reviewed 01st June 2016 (visited 9 March 2016 )
Food here is gorgeous. Their goat cheese, quinoa salad was to die for. Atmosphere is that of a small coffee shop, catering more for take away business than the comforts of sitting in, which suits the busy financial district it's in. Fast and friendly service.Would recommend.
Reviewed 29th October 2011 (visited 28 October 2011 )
This is a great spot for a quick lunch in the IFSC. It has a wide range of bagels, salads and juices but the real winner from Seven Wonders is the coffee. I haven't found better in Dublin and every time I try somewhere else, I'm disappointed. The service is generally good but it gets quite busy between 12-2pm midweek so you end up waiting a small bit but it's well worth it. Staff are friendly and prompt!
Reviewed 26th August 2009 (visited 25 August 2009 )
As the person who suggested this place be added to menupages I suppose I should say why I think it worth visiting. In a city that has its share of impersonal coffee bars that serve indifferent coffee and tasteless shrink-wrapped foodstuffs, the 7W stands out. For its excellent and expertly-made coffee (I've only had the espresso but have been told the cap. is great too); for its delicious fresh-baked (on the premises) muffins; and for its tasty bagels, including vege options. The atmosphere is laid back and enhanced by a chilled musical background. 7W isn't cheap, but is good value all the same. Its location is dead handy, by the Aston Quay bus-stops at the edge of Temple Bar, and the 'colourful' characters waiting on a bus to the 'burbs (or whatever else they are up to) make for an ever-changing bit of street-theatre just outside the door. Always a newspaper available to read too. Do yourself a favour and check the 7W out.