Top 5 Vegetarian Restaurants in Dublin
If you’re a vegetarian and are tired of the usual, same old options you should definitely have a look at our top 5 vegetarian restaurants in Dublin. In this list you’ll find far more than a risotto or a veggie quiche on the menu.
Cornucopia is probably the king of vegetarian restaurants in Dublin. Located on Wicklow Street this vegetarian and wholefood restaurant is the best place to go to if you need a good healthy feed. Open for breakfast/brunch, lunch and dinner, this canteen-style place is always busy and that’s for a reason: it’s good for you. The menu changes daily but mainly includes soups, salads, generous hearty mains and even guilt free desserts.
Cornucopia, 19/20 Wicklow Street, Dublin 2
For those in a hurry, grabbing a take-away lunch for the office, Blazing Salads on Drury Street is a fantastic option. There is a vast choice of vegan salads that are sold by the weight at their salad bar as well as a choice of hot dishes that includes curries, gratins and pasta. The food there is wholesome, fresh and packed full of flavours. You’ll just wish they had a seating area to enjoy the meal onsite.
Blazing Salads, 42 Drury Street, Dublin 2
Govinda’s serves the most affordable vegetarian fares in the city. This simple eatery offers a selection of hot dishes that can be ordered at the buffet as well as salads and snacks. If you’re on a budget and hungry then this is the place for you. They have different sizes of plates (€8.75 for regular and €15 for an extra large one) but even if you get the smallest at €5.75, the staff will stack up so much food on your plate that you’ll be full to the brim. Hot food is mostly (non spicy) vegetarian curries, and pasta/vegetable bakes.
Govinda’s, 83 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin 1
Middle-Eastern food is spot on for vegetarians and in Umi falafel you’ll find plentiful food that will sastify your tastebuds all for under €10. You can choose from the different falafel sandwiches, mezze (hummus, spinach filo rolls, grilled halloumi…), salads (tabouleh, fattoush, Moroccan…) and soups. The lunch meals are very good value with deals like a falafel sandwich served with spicy potato wedges and a drink for only €9.
Umi Falafel, 13 Dame Street, Dublin 2
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Originally from France, Ketty Elisabeth is a food blogger and food tour guide based in Dublin. Her blog ‘French Foodie in Dublin’ is an online diary of her food experiences in the Irish capital. From quirky cafes to fine dining, Ketty loves eating her way around Dublin and sharing her tips on her blog.