Very cozy coffee shop with outside seating area, nice soups & sandwiches. Lovely cup of coffee. Excellent stop off for cyclists on way to or from Glendalough.
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Daniel Day Lewis who is now retired, lives nearby. St. Kevin first stayed in a cave there looking for peace and quiet. Monks followed him and a monastry was built. It was said that if your arms can wrap around his cross; your wish will...More
called here after visiting Glendalough, there are places to each but the stalls are fast food, at the Green Deli I had wonderful homemade spicy lentl soup wkth loads of veg in it and brown bread, very tasty, very reasonable and they have cakes and...More
I have been here many times and I always enjoy the great welcome that you get and the wonderful service by lovely staff. I love the fact that it is a cross between a grocery shop and a cafe with a little bit of art...More
Does everyone stop by Glendalough Green for a cup of coffee or tea? Sure seems that way. It really is a fun place to stop at the end of a walk or day out.
Stopped for soup and tea after a long walk and staff were very helpful. Eat before you pay. Good healthy options as well as some superb cakes.
We really liked this café. It's healthy, with vegetarian options, and has a little supermarket inside. We were staying in Glendalough and walked half an hour to eat there but it was totally worth it! If we come back, for sure we will repeat this...More
I've been here a number of times when travelling through the Wicklow mtns. It's much quieter here than in Glendalough. Popular with cyclists and motorcycles touring. What looks like a small shop is much more ... a good cafe with the usual light bites /...More