When you think of Dublin’s typical cuisine, you most likely think of veg, spuds, some form of meat, soup and a loaf of fresh bread. But Irish veganism is something to endorse.


There are numerous vegan restaurants in Dublin that cater for a wide diversity of restricted diets, if you know where to look. Here are some I recommend trying out:


Cornucopia Wholefood & Vegetarian is one of many in Dublin, with a selection of freshly made food and a implausible environment. The staff are welcoming and prices great, what more could you want?


If you’re after ‘the best falafel in Dublin’ look no further! Umi falafel caters for vegans/vegetarians, and the contemporary

vibe is great. Fresh, high quality food at inexpensive prices and helpful staff provides for a wonderful experience.


If you want an Indonesian influenced menu, Chameleon is perfect for you. This resteraunt is definitely worth a visit if you’re into a more intimate atmosphere. Exceedingly cooperative with dietary requirements, the food is incredible and the interior is rather exceptional. 


If you ever find yourself in Dublin looking for some delicious vegan grub you know where to look!




By Aimee Flaherty

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