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PICS: Dawson Street's Newest Café Is All About Decadent Treats

By katedemolder

March 23, 2017 at 2:45pm

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Dawson Street, just this Monday, welcomed a new little decadent treat-haven to its ranks.

Just at the entrance of Royal Hibernian Way, we have Sinful Foods. The dreamy new café is all about decadent fancies provided by local Irish artisan producers and really deadly coffee.

Really deadly coffee, you say?

We did say.

The brains behind the operation have only gone and partnered with Coffee Culture, a Dublin-based premium coffee bean roaster, in order to bring you the best coffee beans from around the world.

Oh, and one more thing.

The treats.

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Sinful Foods is all about decadent treats. Mainly sweet treats for now, but they'll be adding some deliciously bold savoury treats from next week, too.

The inspiration for Sinful Foods was born out of the belief that there'll always be a place for decadent treats and that no-one is a 100% goodie-two-shoes.

Does that sound like your life? 'Cause that sounds like our lives.

Their suppliers range from the Mud Bakery to The Cupcake Bloke to Le Patissier and if their images are anything to go by, we know it's going to be pretty good.

Sinful Foods is located at the Royal Hibernian Way entrance on Dawson Street, Dublin 2 and open from 7:30am – 6pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, until 7pm on Thursday and 10am - 6pm on Saturday. 

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