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Jay Kays Café
Dublin City, Co. Dublin
Family friendly
Jay Kays Café, in the heart of Dublin City, is a family owned café serving all your favourite food, from hearty, comforting dishes to fresh, healthy fare and delicious breakfast, brunch and lunch.

Just minutes from O'Connell Street and the Ha'penny Bridge, in Dublin City centre, Jay Kays Café on Millennium Walkway serves home inspired food that is freshly made in house, using quality ingredients.

Their breakfast and brunch menus include traditional favourites from a full Irish breakfast, to more modern options like shakshuka baked eggs.

Their lunch and evening menu ranges from soup and salads to comfort food, like their beefy boy and loaded fries. Sweet crepes are available all day.

They serve a range of vegetarian, vegan and gluten free dishes. Cold pressed juices and superfood smoothies are also available.

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Millennium Walkway, Middle Abbey St, North City, Dublin 1, D01 RP40, Ireland
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