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Best Vegetarian and Vegan Restaurants in Dublin

2nd January 2019


We know it can be difficult as a non-meat eater trying to find a good place to eat out with friends. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of some of the best restaurants around Dublin city to make it a little easier! There’s also some options that include meals for your carnivorous pals too.


Cornucopia, established in 1986, is a go-to location for dining out on any vegetarian Dubliner’s list! Delicious casseroles, stews and curries along with tasty side salads and soups make up their menu, which is 90% plant based. To ensure their impact on the environment is minimal, they use compostable packaging, have introduced zero waste products and operate a bike to work scheme for their employees. Eat in at their cosy restaurant on Wicklow St, get a take away or order for delivery. 


Give fish a break and get yourself some vegan fish and chips from Vish.Shop. From their start up food truck at EatYard, Vish.Shop now have their own premises on Blessington St in Dublin 7. Their menu comprises of delicious Vish and Triple Cooked Chips, Vish Burgers, Cauliflower Wings and more. Friends of fish and the environment, their produce is ethically sourced and they use eco-friendly, biodegradable packaging to minimise their ecological impact. Remember, fish are friends, not food! 


VurgerFace is Dublin’s first ever vegan burger bar located in Dice Bar in Smithfield. They currently offer three delectable options, Hot Chick, Magic Mushie and Classic John along with fries and a selection of sauces as well as a meal deal, a steal at just €10! In the interest of inclusivity, VurgerFace want to drop the labels and invite everyone to dine with them, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, vegans and vegetarians alike!

Beast Eatery

From the geniuses behind Moodley Manor and the Eat My Veg food truck comes Beast Eatery. An all vegan diner and takeaway on Victoria Quay in Dublin 8. Customers can expect Moodley Manor favourites like Badass Bacon and their tasty Boss Burgers along with some new and delicious treats! Vegan milkshakes anyone?


Last but not least is Token. Known for its retro arcade games and fun vibe, Token also have an extensive diner menu with options for vegans and vegetarians. Their vegan menu includes tasty burgers, delicious hot dogs, crunchy nachos and more as well as a weekly vegan special. Enjoy your meal in the surroundings of a retro arcade or if you’re staying in you can order for delivery.


Sinéad Furlong

Sinéad is the Founder and Editor of MNÁSOME: an online platform created to showcase and empower women in music. She also runs events and an online shop as part of MNÁSOME. Sinéad graduated as a Vocalist from the BA (Hons) in Commercial Modern Music at BIMM Dublin in 2015.