Vegan in Dublin: The 8 Best Places to Eat and Drink

A vegan traveling to Dublin? Here are the best 8 places to eat and drink.

Last updated: November 7, 2021

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Top 8 Vegan Places to Eat in Dublin

The novelty of traveling as a vegan is long gone. The majority of the countries and cities, even some of the most distant places, cater for vegan travelers. Yet despite increased attention to healthy eating and well-being, you can still find yourself eating only rice and salad when traveling.

Based on my prior experiences, I had some concerns of what to eat as a vegan when planing a trip to Dublin. Since my Ireland adventures happened almost spontaneously, I didn’t have time to research vegan restaurants and cafés in the capital. I hoped I could find some vegan and vegetarian places upon my arrival. In a worst-case scenario, markets and grocery stores in Dublin would certainly have something that a vegan traveler could eat.

Dublin, however, surprised me with the abundance and variety of places serving vegan and vegetarian options of Irish traditional dishes. Thus, I didn’t only eat my way around the city, but also got a taste of Irish cuisine with a healthy twist. Without further ado, here are some of the best places in Dublin where you can eat and drink as a vegan.

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Blazing Salads

Blazing Salads

42 Drury St, Dublin 2, Ireland

Blazing Salads is one of my favorite vegan and vegetarian places in Dublin. In fact, it was my most surprising and unexpected discovery in the city. Located in the heart of Dublin, Blazing Salads offers the best vegan salads, savories, sugar-free vegan and vegetarian cakes and pastries. Their hearty dishes, such as vegan soups, vegan pizzas, or rice and curry, help you replenish your energy after a long day of exploring Dublin in no time.

Cornucopia Wholefoods Restaurants

19-20 Wicklow St, Dublin, D02 FK27, Ireland

While Blazing Salads provides you with a quick bite on the go, Cornucopia Wholefoods Restaurants lets you take a break and savor your meal. Here in one of their 18th century Georgian dining rooms you can expand your Dublin adventures by digging into delicious vegan food.

If you’re a big breakfast eater, don’t let their hearty Five Item Breakfast escape your table. From vegan sausages to scrambles tofu and roasted chili mushrooms, the place redefines vegan breakfast.

Sova Vegan Butcher

51 Pleasants St, Saint Kevin’s, Dublin, D08 EF24, Ireland

Once a regular Friday night pop-up in Paris Wine Bar in Dublin, Sova Vegan Butcher got its official place only in May 2015. Nevertheless, it didn’t prevent it from becoming one of the most popular vegan restaurants in the city. With its rich menu that includes gluten free options and deserts of the day, Sova Vegan Butcher aims to offer tasty food that benefits both body and soul.

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Butlers Chocolate Café

Butlers Chocolate Café

51 Grafton St, Dublin 2, Ireland

The truth is, Butlers Chocolate Café is not your best vegan option in the city if you’re looking for something to chew. The place offers variety of sweets and chocolates, but, unfortunately, none of them are vegan. (At least I wasn’t able to find any vegan pastries on their menu.)

However, if you’re looking for a hot drink and festive ambience, Butlers Chocolate Café is right for you. Sit comfortably at one of their tables and indulge in their vegan hot chocolate.

Kale+Coco

18 Grangegorman Lower, Arran Quay, Dublin, D07 WF44, Ireland

Kale+Coco is considered the first vegan smoothie bowl bar in Ireland. The place serves all kinds of smoothies, fruit bowls, superfood lattes, and Buddha bowls with salads. Vegan food in Dublin has never tasted better.

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Take a Veg

58 Parnell St, Moore St Shopping Mall Unit 1, Dublin 1, Ireland

Who said you can’t have vegan food with a Latin twist in Dublin? Founded by a Venezuelan couple, Take a Veg introduces vegan food to the streets of the city. The menu is simple. It consists of sandwiches, subs, and chips. However, even one bite is enough to make you maneuver the streets of Dublin to this vegan spot.

Update: As of January 2021, Take a Veg is closed.

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Umi Falafel

Umi Falafel

13 Dame St, Dublin, Ireland

Rediscover Middle Eastern food at Umi Falafel. With several locations in Dublin, the restaurant serves the best falafel sandwiches and wraps, potato wedges, hummus, and Mediterranean salads. Moreover, you can create your own sandwich and enjoy it inside or take it out to eat later.

Govinda’s Restaurant

83 Middle Abbey St, North City, Dublin 1, Ireland

Govinda’s Restaurant is another international vegan place in Dublin. But unlike the previous two, it brings Asian vibes and serves vegetarian and vegan Indian food in the heart of the city. Apart from the delicious dishes that all its customers rave about, the helpings are big, and the prices are reasonable.

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