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Lovely spot in Dingle to stop for a coffee
Either sit in or take away options are available, with food and sweet treats to chose from aswell
Great quality coffee, I always come back here when I’m the area
Walked past and it smelt amazing. If you love your coffee, this is the place to go in Dingle. Flat white was perfect. Had a raspberry cinnamon swirl, was devine. Will definitely be back! Happy holidays at Bean in Dingle.
If you are looking for a great cup of coffee ( in any form-Latte-Cappuccino-etc ) and a terrific pastry to go along then you must stop at the Bean in Dingle. Great coffee great pastries, and great service.
Nice little setting with a capable and helpful girl serving. A bit cold as door was left open due to covid ventilation guidelines. The coffee was nice and they had a chocolate and hazelnut roll thing that was tasty. I thought the lemon, blueberry and...coconut cake was a bit bland. They had some sandwich rolls but I thought there was too much bread. A few sausage or vegan sausage rolls might be a nice option too.More
Cute little coffee shop with friendly staff. Turned out the best cuppa we had during our trip....and my husband and daughter are pretty picky about their coffee! Nice sandwiches as well, for a quick grab & go lunch.
A great place to grab a coffee to go. I try to call in here whenever we're in Kerry.. if the queue isn't too long! The staff are always courteous no matter how busy they are. They also sell some very tasty treats.
Response from Michael M | Reviewed this property |
Like others have said - I doubt it as it has a small footprint and I can’t imagine non-humans being practically feasible occupants - however, a takeaway coffee enjoyed in the Diseart gardens across the road would be a good... More
Like others have said - I doubt it as it has a small footprint and I can’t imagine non-humans being practically feasible occupants - however, a takeaway coffee enjoyed in the Diseart gardens across the road would be a good alternative for doggie folk.
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