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Vegan Restaurants Dublin

Whether you are vegan, vegetarian or just looking to eat less meat, there is plenty of choices in Dublin! Luckily, eat vegetarian is no longer reduced to few selected restaurants, there is wealth of choice for you to pick from. Most of these places are only minutes away from Barnacles Temple Bar Hostel so you will always have great choices close by (and if you need recommendations, our receptions Ollie is veggie and he knows all the best places around here)

Vegan Restaurants Dublin:

Cornucopia

The original vegetarian restaurants, started in 80s, is still going strong on Wicklow street (just off Grafton). They have fantastic range of salads and hot cooked foods, cakes, and raw/living food range.

Blazing Salads

Cosy, take away place, is the day time only deli with fridges packed of take away curries, soups an other goodies. pick a box and fill it to the brim of salads and cooked goodness. Vegan and often gluten free cakes are alson available.

Sova Vegan Butcher

Pretty vegan food, BYOB policy and great buzz, is what this place is known for! Pick from one of vegan stakes, schnitzels or burgers – this is after all, vegan butcher!


Sprout & Co

Only minutes away on Dawson street, you will find Sprout and Co, dedicated to fresh, local, seasonal produce and awesome flavorsome food. They have opened several other outlets around Dublin in the past few years, and is no wonder, with their falafels, avo on toast, chia puddings and more!

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Yamamori

One of our favorite Japanese restaurant chains has several outlets on Georges street – only minutes away from our hostel. With daily veggie bento special and plenty of items suitable for vegetarian and vegans, this is must visit place when in Dublin!

Umi Falafel

Great place, just around the corner on Dame Street. This is relaxed restaurant, perfect for friendly catch up over shared mezze platter and some mint tea. Try fresh falafel, Middle Eastern mezze and salad dishes, all cooked according to old family recipes. NOM!