Wall & Keogh
45 Richmond Street South,
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Price range: €€
+353 1 475 9052
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Wall & Keogh is an organic tea house nestled in Portobello with over 150 varieties of loose leaf organic tea for your perusal.
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Amy B. lives 1.94 km from Wall & Keogh
on October 22nd, 2011
I went here for lunch last weekend after hearing great things about it. It's a very funky place with about 50 different types of tea in large glass jars - all smell lovely. They have a selection of sandwiches or sushi for lunch. I went for the "Bray" - smoked salmon & cream cheese bagel which was really tasty. There's also a funky little outside seating area too. I'll definitely return for another lunch here.
Shelby C. lives 1.58 km from Wall & Keogh
on October 7th, 2011
I moved to Dublin from Seattle just over a month ago and have been trying to quench my thirst for the perfect tea room ever since. Then I stumbled into the Wall & Keogh.
If you are looking for a cosy place to relax with a hot cuppa, look no further! Located in the heart of Portobello, the Wall & Keogh is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. The atmosphere is ideal: a nice mixture of quirky and snug, with squishy seating and delightful decor. (Where else can one find a framed picture of a guy shooting Space Invaders with a rifle?) Wafts of mellow music (and free Wi-Fi!) drift up from the homey lower level and out to the intimate haven in back. Whether you're looking to chat with a friend or to curl up and read a book, you'll find an area that suits your needs.
As far as the tea goes, with over 150 varieties waiting patiently for consumption, one is bound to find a blend to suit any mood or need. Though I was initially quite overwhelmed by the sheer number of choices, the staff were extremely friendly and helpful during the decision process, offering sniffs of their favourites as well as recommendations for others that I may like. On my first visit I enjoyed a pot of the Rooibos Toffee, the perfect blend for a damp and dreary Dublin day! The Hot Pear is also a favourite of mine; it's a sultry tea with a nice balance of spicy and sweet. One sniff and you'll be sold.
I have yet to try their coffee, sushi, or sandwiches, but I shall at some point since they all look oh so tempting. In the meantime, I will enjoy their endless varieties of tea and pleasantly warm ambiance.