Bibi's Cafe restaurant

14b emorville avenue, South Circular

Dublin 8

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13 reviews
4 stars - based on 13 reviews
Bibi's is a fashionable and family centered, cosy but cosmopolitan, sleek and stylish cafe. The food is chic but not fashion-world insubstantial. The food at Bibi's draws on varied international influences.

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OPENING HOURS

Mon9:00am - 4:00pm
Tue9:00am - 4:00pm
Wed9:00am - 4:00pm
Thu9:00am - 4:00pm
Fri9:00am - 4:00pm
Sat10:00am - 5:00pm
Sun10:00am - 5:00pm

CAPACITY
30 people

CUISINES
Cafe

FACILITIES

Will cater for children

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Bibi's Cafe

oh!fortheloveoffood
Dublin
75 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 28th April 2016 (visited 21 April 2016 )

One of my favourite cafes, I visit it at least once a week- their food is absolutely divine. The smashed avocado, the sausage rolls, the butternut squash eggs, everything- just divine and the desserts... nom! Great people, great spot, must visit.

Bibi's Cafe

fitzyirl
Dublin
24 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 12th January 2016 (visited 30 October 2015 )

Great little place hidden away near the South Circular Road. Quirky atmosphere to the place and tasty lunches.

Bibi's Cafe

HMG
Dublin
16 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:67%

Reviewed 21st May 2015 (visited 21 May 2015 )

Enchanting café with impeccable food and service. The butternut squash and poached eggs were a visual as well as a gastronomic treat, Excellent service and value. I went mid-morning, mid-week and had no problem getting a table. Strongly recommended.

Bibi's Cafe

Cipriana
Dublin
15 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 19th February 2015 (visited 14 February 2015 )

Best breakfast I've had in a long time, the butternut squash and poached eggs with chilli butter oil and yogurt was gorgeous and a very unique breakfast dish. The green smoothie was tasty, but expensive for the small bottle. Service was great, the cafe has a cosy feel, and they were very accommodating in substituting items to make dishes gluten free. I'll definitely be back soon to sample all the other breakfast dishes!

Bibi's Cafe

ranelaghfoodie
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 20th August 2014 (visited 19 August 2014 )

Had the butternut squash and poached eggs with sourdough toast - amazing combination - who would have thought of mixing in natural yoghurt and garlic/chilli/coriander oil. Absolutely fantastic. Didn't sample the brownies, but saw online that they get great reviews always, so must come back especially for those. A real gem, bit out of the way, but worth it. Their menu is an all day breakfast/lunch combo, so really liked that you can get breakfast later too. Service a tad slow, but maybe that was a once-off. Would recommend.

Bibi's Cafe

collett1
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 17th August 2014 (visited 16 August 2014 )

Delicious, cute, lovely!

Bibi's Cafe

lildevil
Dublin
28 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 26th March 2014 (visited 8 March 2014 )

Having heard alot of things about bibi's my girlfriend and I decided you finally check it out as we've finally moved into the area. I love the location and setting of the cafe but it is a bit out of the way! We both ordered eggs florentine off the brunch menu. It looked good on the plate but it was such a disappointment...the eggs were completely overcooked and underseasoned. The hollandaise was good, and spinach nicely sauteed, but the main component was such a let down. The waitresses seemed uninterested and spent most of their time chatting about their social lives rather than checking on customers. I tried to get there attention for some water but i eventually gave up...It was completely over priced for what we had and we were never asked how anything was. Service definitely needs to be improved!!

Bibi's Cafe

Neasy
Dublin
21 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 23rd January 2013 (visited 3 January 2013 )

Having been away for a year and really missing Dublins' brunch spots I headed to Bibi's. This place is tiny but really cosy. I've only been here for brunch previously and as we landed here on a midweek after noon it was just the lunch menu going. I ordered the soup and my other half the tart, both were devine, and the coffee and lemonades are so good too!

Bibi's Cafe

davsheen
Dublin
73 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 24th February 2012 (visited 24 February 2012 )

Just back from lunch in this new restaurant in the heart of the liberties off the south circular road. Was impressed by some recent reviews in the media and online so made the trip. The cafe is nestled in a nice quiet residential street with outdoor seating for the summer. All the staff were very friendly and enthusiastic. Interior is quite small can accomodate only approx 14, so many people come in for take out coffee and food. Menus are handwritten daily which is also a nice touch. For main I had the Pizzette of Goats Cheese, Carmelised Red Onion finished with Rocket. There was way too much rocket on the dish and appeared to be undressed with a taste of salt from it. The goats cheese was nicely browned along with the mini pizza and carmelised onion was delicious. For dessert I opted for the Chocolate brownie again very nice prob a bit too rich as was very hard to cut through. Tea came with a portion of their home made peanut brownie which was nice touch. All in came to €17.45 which for lunch is too pricey.

Bibi's Cafe

storyrory
Dublin
4 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 18th October 2011 (visited 4 September 2011 )

Lovely little cafe in a great location. Quite hidden away. The coffee and cake are excellent. Some of the savoury is a bit lacking but still nice. Great, friendly staff.

Bibi's Cafe

StonedKermit
Dublin
20 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 26th September 2011 (visited 26 September 2011 )

Great little place that I seem to be becoming a regular of. Love the way the kitchen makes you feel like you're in someone's home with them cooking for you. Also has an ever changing menu that keep things fresh with delicious food that is great value. Will definatly keep coming here for lunch and breakfast.

Bibi's Cafe

januaryman
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 28th March 2011 (visited 28 March 2011 )

visited bibi's with my girlfriend on a sunny lunchtime and just about got a seat a sitting outside for a while at their lovely outdoor area.the waitress was very helpful in describing the spice used on a breakfast option which i got.delicious fried bread with frid eggs finished in the oven with spice and chili flakes and a side of bacon.very good. the girlfriend had some muesli concoction with yoghurt and stewed apples,looked nice and healthy and a large portion. with tea for two the bill came to around 1750 which isn't bad considering i enjoyed everything.i would recommend bibi but don't count on a table!!

Bibi's Cafe

badabing
Dublin
112 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 13th August 2010 (visited 11 August 2010 )

You will do well getting a seat in Bibi's, not only is it popular it is really small. It is very tastefully decorated It seats about 12 persons with extra seating outside. The service is excellent, there were six staff on the day I visited. The food is delicious, fresh, and a little bit expensive for lunch. I had a salad plate comprising of three salads, roasted aubergine with yougert, sweetpeas with hazelnut dressing and pearl barley with wild mushroom. As you see not your ordinary salad. This was priced at 12:50, a little steep. When I added my two cups of coffee the total was 17:50. Steep for lunch.The flavors were delicious . It is a pity that the place is so small but I was glad to have chosen it. I will definatly go back.

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