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It may be small but this superb café puts a lot of thought and effort into what it does. Hearty granola, moreish muffins and fresh croissants acompany excellent coffee at breakfast, while lunch dishes range from tasty foccacia sarnies and good soups to savoury pasties and a couple of daily pasta dishes. And it's all served up in a fun, stylish space overlooking the river.

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Panem details

21 Ormond Quay Lower

Area O'Connell Street & Around

Transport All cross-city buses/Luas Jervis

Telephone 872 8510

Open 9am-5pm Mon-Sat.

Snacks €2.40-€4.50.

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By Martina - Nov 6 2013

Hello! are martina and I'm looking for a job as a waitress, bartender, etc. ... at the time I would stay in dublin to deepen my English, so I adapt to any type of job, even local cleaning, washing dishes, etc. ...
thank you! see you soon!