Tiesan Cafe restaurant

Harrington Street, City Centre South

Dublin 2

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8 reviews
4 stars - based on 8 reviews

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OPENING HOURS

Mon12:00pm - 9:00pm
Tue12:00pm - 9:00pm
Wed12:00pm - 9:00pm
Thu12:00pm - 9:00pm
Fri12:00pm - 9:00pm
Sat12:00pm - 9:00pm
Sun12:00pm - 9:00pm

CAPACITY
20 people

CUISINES
Cafe

FACILITIES

Veggie options available Take away service Terraced dining area Accept major credit cards

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Tiesan Cafe

Jips
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 01st April 2013 (visited 30 March 2013 )

I had dinner last Saturday at the night time restaurant at Tiesan cafe! It's open in the evenings Thursday to Saturday. We had the early bird three starters or a main and starter with a glass of wine for €18! The menu is very inventive. I had crab and samphire tempura, pumpkin gnocchi, and fish and chips spring roll. We had a side orders of dill potatoes and char grilled spring onions. All the food was really tasty, the portions just right and the service was really friendly. This was some of the nicest food I've had in Dublin!

Tiesan Cafe

DoloresHayes
Dublin
19 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd March 2013 (visited 16 March 2013 )

Tiesan Cafe is now a complete shambles! It looks like they started to renovate and then ran out of money half way through and had to stop! Its a very strange set up now... You arrive into the coffee dock/ cash register/ glass washing/ blackboard area and then have to proceed around the back of a wall, stepping over bits and pieces of different levels of flooring (which must be a hazard when staff are carrying plates, let alone when female customers are in heels etc), and then arrive into the dining area which is fine, if lacking a bit in atmosphere due to the sheer absence of anything to look at. No coffee frothing. No cutlery a-jangling. No staff a-chatting. No activity! Its all happening on the other side of the wall! I know the two separate premises have now been joined together but they should be going for a unified atmosphere, no?? During service the wait staff are forced to stand at the back of the dining room to monitor the progress of the customers experience. So weird. They just stand there. Looking around. Then a table of customers leave, the waiter cleans the table, sets it up, and then goes back to standing there. Food was very very late to the table but it was nice, I have to say, when it did arrive. I asked for no bread on my dish and sure enough it was there when the plate arrived. But what the hell, no big deal. I'd go again just to see if they ever did manage to finish fixing the place up. But seeing as there were no visible signs of apology for the temporary appearance, I'd give it a while.

Tiesan Cafe

Elsabeth
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 30th May 2012 (visited 12 May 2012 )

Tiesan Cafe must do one of the best brunches in Dublin. The french toasted guinness bread with berries, creme fraiche and bacon is divine. My friends had the fry-up served on a pan and deemed it to be the best they ever had. The coffee is excellent and served in a generous mug. I would highly recommend Tiesan for breakfast. Service was also very good. Blankets provided for the covered outside area are a nice touch on a chilly day. A couple of heaters would be good as there few tables inside. The only annoyance was a bell on the door which rings every time the door opens. As Tiesan is deservedly popular the bell seemed to be ringing incessantly and drove some of my party crazy! Otherwise Tiesan is a lovely treat on a weekend morning.

Tiesan Cafe

storyrory
Dublin
4 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 24th October 2011 (visited 23 October 2011 )

Small but decent Brunch Menu. Very little space inside but nice covered area out the front. Staff were friendly, food was ok.

Tiesan Cafe

badabing
Dublin
112 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 09th May 2011 (visited 9 May 2011 )

A Cafe for a sunny day. !! We visited Tiesan today, The space inside is very limited and only seats about nine customers. There is plenty of room outside providing it is sunny. The menu is mainly sandwiches on focaccia bread. Well presented and tasty. The food here is expensive, eg the full breakfast is 11 Euro , and they follow the trend of other local restaurants by not including tea or coffee in the price. This in my book is a black mark against them. The service was fair but the whole place lacked atmosphere. A few smiles from the staff would go a long way. The boss had the special which was an omelette priced at 8:50. Nothing to write home about. Would we go back, em at a push.

Tiesan Cafe

Beasht
Dublin
13 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 10th July 2010 (visited 3 July 2010 )

It is always a pleasure to visit this place,great atmosphere, always feels like your in mainland Europe, Great value coffees and defo the best i've had in Dublin, Very friendly staff, situated in a nice leafy ave almost across from AIB on upper Camdan st., have been here three times alway excellent, food i have'nt tried yet but from the looks it wont disappoint highly recommended!

Tiesan Cafe

Garfield
Dublin
17 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 12th January 2010 (visited 19 December 2009 )

Went to Tiesan for Saturday brunch. I had eggs Benedict while my companion had the vegetarian breakfast (served in a hot pan). Good food, good coffee, nice modern decor and extremely friendly staff makes this a place I'll be returning to soon.

Tiesan Cafe

Rockster88
Dublin
88 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 09th December 2009 (visited 8 December 2009 )

Just had a cappuccino here but really liked the place! Nice coffee, and nice location, just outside of the city centre.

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