Lemon, Dawson Street

60 Dawson Street, Dublin 2

If you’re in the market for some crepes, saunter up here and tickle your tastebuds with thin, battery deliciousness.

What has it got?

Seating: Unfortunately, communal benches are the rage here which makes it difficult to find a decent spot to park your wheelchair. There are a number of tables with moveable chairs but if you want to grab one of them, avoid the lunchtime rush.
Doors: The front door is normally left open but the toilet doors are a little heavy to push.
Ground: It’s some sort of lino tile that doesn’t become much of a hazard when it’s wet.
Stairs: Not a step in sight.
Bathrooms: They have one wheelchair bathroom and one regular run of the mill bathroom.
Spaciousness: Space is a little bit tight here as the tables are very close together and there’s generally a big queue to battle with too.
Helpfulness of Staff: Very helpful and very friendly.
Parking: There is a wheelchair parking spot on Dawson Street beside Fixx Coffee and there are two more wheelchair parking spots on Molesworth Street (map here).
Rating: 8/10
Why did it lose points? Lemon loses two points because it is very tight to move around and you may not always get a suitable table. Otherwise, great spot and hot staff. Yes. Hot staff. 

About the author

Louise Bruton

Reviewing Dublin, step by step, in terms of wheelchair accessibility. Freelance journalist and pop culture enthusiast.

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