Wednesday, August 7, 2013

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. 

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