The Fumbally restaurant
Fumbally Lane, Dublin 8, City Centre SouthDublin 8
Some of the team have been working in kitchens all their lives, others haven’t, but they all have a love for food, good coffee and the simple pleasure of sharing a meal with friends.
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Reviewed 13th April 2016 (visited 6 April 2016 )
Fumbally is a great lunch spot. It has a really cool atmosphere and friendly staff. The music was great too. I had the fish burger which was flavoursome and beautifully presented. I will definitely be returning.
Reviewed 21st April 2015 (visited 18 April 2015 )
Visited for breakfast early on Saturday morning and loved it (even though it is sooo right-on and hipster I didn't want to love it). Had the Green eggs and ham (chorizo) on brioche toast - it really hit the spot. Nice atmosphere, the communal tables work, and the salads looked fresh and interesting. Will definitely return for lunch another day - although the whole (large) dogs walking about freely was too much.
Reviewed 03rd July 2014 (visited 2 July 2014 )
I've been waiting for a day off work so that I could come here for some grub and today was the day! The atmosphere is lovely and I love the layout/decor. The service was good, but some staff were friendlier than others! Between two, we shared a Salad plate and a special, which was a mexican chicken dish and a couple of coffees. The salad plate had three salads, 2 out of 3 were really yum. The special was really creative and absolutely delicious! I just wish this place was open later than 5/5.30 and on Sundays, I'd be a regular if it was!
Reviewed 30th September 2013 (visited 18 September 2013 )
This place is so trendy you want the food to be awful so you can complain about it. Unfortunately they don't give you much ammunition because the food is really amazing. One of the best pulled pork sandwiches I've ever had and the chocolate cake is to die for. The only reason I docked one point for food was because they "don't serve low fat milk" in coffee, only organic full fat. I get that they are being trendy but its a bit much.