Wall and Keogh
The Irish love their tea, and this marvellous new cafe is the place to enjoy your choice of 150 different types of them, served in...
The bagels might be a bit on the chewy side, but they've got their charms – as do the scrumptious selections of breads, savoury snacks,...
3 Walworth Rd · interesting places nearby
Irish-Jewish Museum information
Housed in an old synagogue, this museum recounts the history and cultural heritage of Ireland's small but prolific Jewish community. It was opened in 1985 by the Belfast-born, then-Israeli president, Chaim Herzog. The various memorabilia includes photographs, paintings, certificates, books and other artefacts.