Very proud to be included in the UK Independent newspaper’s “Dublin: Design of the times in the Irish capital”
For a caffeine fix, pop across the road to the recently opened Kaph, which serves a superior brew in cool surroundings.
This lovely review was in the Irish Times Magazine last week. The kind words are by Catherine Cleary. Chuffed !
“The travel blogger who complained in last week’s Irish Times that you have to drop €10 to get a caffeine fix in Ireland may have missed Kaph ( say it with an Eastenders accent and you get it), a hip new coffee shop on Drury Street. I had a smooth cup of excellent coffee and a madeleine for €3.60. It’s beautifully designed and they play great music. A gorgeous double- height blackboard wall runs to the upstairs, which has mirrors to make it look much bigger. It even has a copy of Barista magazine, required reading for coffee anoraks.
Kaph, 31 Drury St, Dublin 2.”
In this review, by Travelling Shopaholic, of the Castle market area we where given a lovely mention.
I wasn’t expecting to find a paleo-friendly café in Dublin but when we walked into Kaph to grab a coffee that was exactly what we were delighted to discover. Kaph offers coconut milk lattes and wheat/dairy/gluten free brownies made by Paleo Man Foods, for those of us trying to pursue a low-carb diet. The staff were warm, welcoming and super helpful and the minimally styled store also offers free Wi-Fi. I suspect there will be more copycat Kaph’s popping up soon but we shan’t forget who we found first.
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