A cafe in Dublin has opened up as a coconut dessert delicatessen.
The Coconut Cafe in Pembroke St,Dublin, has opened on a site that was originally a former dairy.
The restaurant is owned by a family that has been serving up coconut desserts since the 1970s.
It has now expanded into a second-hand cafe, catering for adults, children and families, as well as serving as a catering and delivery business.
The cafe offers fresh coconut desserts, aswell as the traditional desserts such as coconut water, chocolate and ice cream.
The new restaurant is a collaboration between the family and the local government, the National Parks Authority, the Department of Tourism and Tourism Ireland.
The coconut dessert was originally served at the cafe, but the owner, Mr Michael Collins, decided to open up the cafe and offer it to the public.
The food is prepared by local chefs and served with coconut milk and coconut butter.
The main menu includes the usual selection of cakes, pastries, sandwiches, ice cream and even a range of coffees.
Mr Collins told The Irish News that he wants the cafe to become a destination for tourists to visit.
He said the new cafe will be a place to go to have a drink or a snack or to go on a date or to have something special.
He has also created a new Facebook page for the cafe.