Our leafy courtyard is an oasis of calm in a busy area of the city, it stretches from Camden Street to Pleasants Place. It is the perfect place to relax with a savoury tart and a glass of wine selected from The Cake Café’s carefully chosen wine list.
Monday - Saturday 9.00 am to 6.00pm
(Baking or cookery classes in the evenings after 6pm)
Why not drop by on your way home from work for a glass of Prosecco in the courtyard or for a sneaky cupcake or two?
Call us during the week with your Saturday cake orders and we will have that sugar dusted sponge or the cute little buns boxed up and ready for you to take away.
“If Marie Antoinette had been allowed a fresh start under a Revolutionary Fas scheme, she would have set up a place like the Cake Cafe with its flower print tablecloths and dainty higgledy-piggledy crockery.”
—Ross Golden Bannon, The Sunday Business Post.
At Cake Café we take great pride in preparing our coffees. Our beans are ethically sourced and fully traceable. The coffee is imported and roasted by Michael from Ariosa, he blends his coffee every week and delivers to us the next day so it is always full of flavour. There is a double shot of espresso in pretty much all of our coffees.
The Cake Café is run in a very environmentally aware manner using bio degradable cleaning products, no plastic, recycled napkins and we also recycling every thing we possibly can. We are located within the Daintree building which has been built in a sustainable manner. Our toilets are flushed with collected rainwater and the underground heating is powered by solar panels on the roof.
The Cake Cafe was featured in Time Magazine, Travel and Leisure and The Food Network USA. Michelle writes a weekly column in The Irish Examiner.
We are also featured in The Bridgestone Guide, The Georgina Campbell Guide and Dubliner's 100 best restaurants, Foders Guide, Time Out, Lonely Planet.
We have won most innovative restaurant in The Food and Wine Magazine Awards.
You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or look out for us on Facebook or Twitter @cakecafedublin
“The traditional baked goods and charmingly mismatched crockery at this Dublin cafe mask a serious commitment to ethically sourced.”
All of our cakes and breads are baked in house