Cafe Cairo - Dublin restaurant
Pearse Street, Dublin 2, City Centre SouthDublin 2
Looking for an exclusive venue for your special occassion? The Café Cairo is available to hire for private functions up to 100 people. We also offer Barbeques in our Courtyard - suitable for up to 100 people.
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Reviewed 12th March 2014 (visited 11 March 2014 )
Stunning venue and service was excellent however I didn't feel there was a wide enough choice on the early bird menu for the price.
Reviewed 11th July 2013 (visited 8 July 2013 )
Nice place for cheapish lunch, in lovely surroundings and with great service. Menu is fairly conservative, toasted sandwiches, soups 4 or 5 main course dishes. However it is good value for 4.90 for a toasted sandwich which comes with crisps and salad..under a €5 in dublin city for an eat-in lunch is pretty good. Staff very attentive and quick at serving so you can get in and out on your lunch break no prob.
Reviewed 06th February 2013 (visited 5 February 2013 )
Go here quiet regularly great place for a nice relaxing meal and a drink. The food is very good the potato and leek soup was very tasty and the pizza was great only thing is maybe the menu needs more options, the only negative would be sometimes the service can be a bit slow. The waiting staff seem to divide there time between cafe and the restaurant so you might be forgotten for a while
Reviewed 02nd December 2011 (visited 4 November 2011 )
I go here the first Friday of every month with a sizeable group and the staff are always very friendly. Their decor must have been done during Celtic Tiger era because it looks to have cost a bomb, but is a little dated now. I like it though and have often popped in for a one on one with a friend when not in a group. Havent' had the chance to try out the kitchen yet, but if they have any special offers on the menu or they do a voucher special I am sure I will make the effort. Very handy location right beside the Fire Station on Pearse street
Reviewed 15th November 2011 (visited 11 November 2011 )
This cafe is based in the Trinity Capital Hotel. I eat here sometime with work. Recently they changed the menu and I don't think the choices are as good. It has the kind of menu where you're not really bothered if you order or not, if that makes sense. This time, I ordered a toasted ham, cheese, onion and tomato sambo with fries. They forgot the onion and the sandwich was barely toasted. The fries were good though and the tea was hot so that was good. The best part about it is that it's close to work and the interior is pretty cool.
Reviewed 11th November 2009 (visited 31 October 2009 )
We went here for a celebratory lunch on a Saturday. The design of the cafe is beautiful, really different. However the food and service was appalling. No champagne/prosecco available by the glass, no wines by the glass (only those 1/4 bottles). We were the only table in the whole restaurant, no music was on giving the area an almost eerie feeling. No one was present to welcome customers and we were seated nearly 15minutes before anyone came out to give us menus (old and dirty!). The Food was incredible basic, we both had pannini style sandwiches which were complemented by nearly a whole bag of crisps on the side and a leaf of salad. Very poor quality.Would not recommend or go again.
Reviewed 01st July 2009 (visited 13 June 2009 )
had a great saturday hangover lunch here. lovely little courtyard here which we sat out in. all went for the burger options and no complaints from anyone. cant remember the price but it was good value. small but good wine list and and very friendly service. would recommend it and would go back.
Reviewed 22nd June 2009 (visited 20 June 2009 )
Went here on Saturday night, there was a large table with me and everyone enjoyed their meals, Service was great. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Lovely restaurant, will definatley be back here again soon, might go for lunch actually, they have a really cheap lunch menu.