Dodi Cafe Lahinch

Dodi Cafe Lahinch

Address: Main St, Dough, Lahinch, Co. Clare

Stepping into Dodi Café in the heart of Lahinch, one is immediately enveloped in the warm and inviting atmosphere that defines this local gem. The aroma of artisan coffee, meticulously brewed to perfection, dances in the air, promising a sensory experience that is as rich and inviting as the café’s cozy interiors. The staff, friendly and attentive, bring to life the ethos of Irish hospitality, making every guest feel not just welcome, but cherished.

The menu at Dodi is a delightful journey through a selection of breakfast, brunch, and lunch offerings, each dish crafted with care, showcasing the freshest of local ingredients. The café, though modest in size, is generous in character and charm. Every corner, every table, tells a story of community, of a place where locals and visitors alike come to share in the simple joys of good food and exceptional coffee.

The coffee, a focal point of the Dodi experience, is a testament to the café’s commitment to quality. Each cup is a symphony of flavors, a harmonious blend that pays tribute to the art of coffee making. It’s not just a beverage, but an experience, a moment of pause in the hustle and bustle of life, a reminder of the beauty that lies in simplicity.

As the Clare waves crash melodically in the distance, and the serene ambiance of Lahinch wraps around you, Dodi Café stands as a sanctuary of warmth, flavor, and community. It’s more than a café – it’s a home away from home, a place where every guest is family, and every meal is a celebration of the rich tapestry of flavors that define this picturesque Irish town.

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Opening Hours:

Monday9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Tuesday9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Wednesday9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Thursday9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Friday9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Saturday9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Sunday9 a.m.–4 p.m.

Phone Number: 085 812 0234

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Image Credit: West Cork Weekends, via Google Maps

Dodi Cafe Reviews:

Great food (breakfast) and coffee. The cafe was busy the whole time we were there for takeaway coffees and sit downs. All 4 breakfasts were enjoyed, especially the fresh sourdough. Shakshuka in the photo was delicious The fresh berry muffins we saw when we were about to leave looked amazing so we had to take one for the road (it was delicious)! – Mary

Always busy for a good reason. Loved the eggs on greens as well as the broccoli and cheddar soup. Pricing is also very good. – Laura

Specialty coffee! In this small town on the west coast of Ireland. If you are here to visit the cliffs of Moher and many other awesome things you will for sure get a lot of bad coffee. Drive to Lahinch and visit this nicely built cafe. For good food n amazing single origin coffee. – Check

Best brunch and coffee we had in two weeks in Ireland… 10/10. And the people are genuinely great giving us recommendations for our day. – Thomas

Fresh and nice food. I had shaksuka here and it was very very tasty with so much flavors in it. Also, the breakfast bap is so good. – Saenal

Nicest coffee I had in County Clare! They are currently operating as takeout only and are very well organised. They take your name and then you can just nip in and collect your bag when its ready (with your name on it) there was also a lovely selection of cakes, that I will have to try next time I am there. Thanks Dodi – worth the trip to Lahinch. Can’t wait to come back. – Alexandra

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