Sushi For Two With Tea or Coffee Plus Dessert Each for €12 at Wall and Keogh Organic Teas (Up to €24 Value)
- 150 different tea varieties
- Rustic, retro café
- Quirky décor and crockery
- Located in Portobello
- Eight pieces of fresh sushi each
- Tea or coffee
- Dessert such as carrot cake each
- €4 for any bag of takeaway tea
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. No booking required. Valid from midday. Restaurant accepts cash only. Original value based on €8.50 sushi.
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If the proof is in the pudding, and the testimony in the soup, then how on earth can a hungry jury be expected to pass unbiased verdict? Judge for yourself with today's Groupon: €12 for sushi for two with tea or coffee and a choice of dessert each at Wall and Keogh Organic Teas.
With a kaleidoscope of 150 loose leaf teas ready to warm up bellies, Wall and Keogh is a rustic, retro tea room that oozes cool with quirky portraits and animal trophies. With an array of matchless tea pots, pairs can enjoy tea or coffee in one of the café's unique beakers. The variety of fresh sushi is made daily and customers can nibble on eight pieces each before digging into a dessert such as the spongy carrot cake. Finally, customers can opt to take home one of the many loose tea leaf bags for an additional €4.
Wall & Keogh rates a perfectly brewed 5/5 stars on RateMyArea and 4.5/5 stars on Yelp. It also boasts 970 Facebook Likes. Visitors to the tea house loved the variety of teas, fresh food and welcoming atmosphere. An overwhelming amount of reviews praised Wall & Keogh.
Most recently, I had some sort of mango infusion that was tasty and refreshing, though we're also a big fan of their lychee blend. (Disclaimer: I've no idea what the offical names are). Apart from tea, you can also order three types of sandwiches. Although that's not a huge range, what they do offer is incredibly tasty, and fresh.
– Eoin O, Yelp, Jun 2011
The layout is great too, downstairs is dark basement room that's got a bit of a Far Eastern opium den feel. There's a partly covered patio out back with bed frames for benches. The blankets and cushions will tempt you into having a snooze, and I think the staff will be too polite to stop you.
– Dave H, Yelp, Jul 2011