Vegan guide to Dublin


If you are visiting Dublin city, let me tell you that there is absolutely no shortage of vegan options. In fact, I've been there a few times and there are so many vegan places I haven't tried yet. From a scrumptious breakfast to a fancy dinner, not missing indulgent pastries and tasty burgers, Dublin vegan scene has you covered. 
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Where to eat? Favourite spots

Veginity **CLOSED**

Veginity Dublin pistachio croissant scramble chorizo

A visit to Dublin for me always starts at Veginity. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner but I've only tried breakfast/brunch. Last time I had the Scramble & Chorizo for breakfast and it was soooo good. And what to say about the sweet treats? They are a-m-a-z-i-n-g. Definitely a mandatory stop if you're visiting Dublin.


Glas Dublin Fritters White Russian

Fancy vegetarian and vegan restaurant in Dublin perfect for special occasions. The space is nicely decorated with lots of plants The menu offers very creative dishes with innovative pairings. Not the usual, not at all. Portions are small but perfect amount to enjoy a 3 course dinner without feeling heavy. Cocktails are also very nice and many of them can be made vegan (with aquafaba instead of egg white, for example).

My favourite: rum & raisin fritters for starter, White Russian cocktail, dark chocolate mousse for dessert


Cornucopia restaurant Dublin

Cornucopia is a long established vegetarian and vegan restaurant in Dublin. Here you'll find hearty portions and honest prices. I've been here only for lunch, but they serve breakfast and dinner as well. The food is delicious, with a homemade taste, and the atmosphere is so cozy. This is definitely one of my favorite places.

Bear Lemon **CLOSED**

Bear Lemon Dublin pastries

Since I heard about the opening of this place, I've been wanting to visit it. I mean, a vegan bakery, what else do you want in life. And I finally did it last autumn! It was early in the morning so there weren't many things available at that time, but enough for me, I had a couple of pastries that were huge, sweet and delicious. 

Vegan Sandwich Co. **CLOSED**

Vegan Sandwich Co Dublin breakfast baguette

Looking for the most indulgent sandwiches and sambos? Pay a visit to Vegan Sandwich Co. Breakfast rolls, chick*n baguettes, toasties, burgers and kebabs... And everything is vegan. They started with a sandwich stall and now there is a queue at their shop in Smithfield. 

The Rolling Donut

The Rolling Donut vegan donuts Dublin

If you love donuts as much as I do, The Rolling Donut won't disappoint you. They have a good selection of vegan donuts to try. Cannot pick one? Grab a box with one of each flavor. My favorite is the  Vegan Dub. 

Where to eat? Other vegan options

It's a trap

One of my favorite vegan spots in Dublin, Take A Veg, decided to close down during the pandemic. But the owners still run this other spot, It's a trap, more focused on coffees, cakes and a few savory options. I haven't been there yet, but after trying their sandwiches at Take A Veg, I'm sure this place is worth a visit.


Highly recommended by many of you, this place and their scrumptious sandwiches are next in my list.

Sova Vegan Butcher

I've heard beautiful things about their seitan steak, definitely have to try it.

Vish Shop

Veginity's brother serving 'vish' (vegan fish). How does it sounds? Cannot wait to try their Vish & Chips.

Umi Falafel

I haven't been in Umi's Dublin shop because we're lucky enough to have one in Cork. But if you haven't tried it, I totally recommend you their falafel and sandwiches.


One of the most recent additions to the vegan scene in Dublin is this vegan cafe that offers also sweet treats, toasties and edible coffee cups. Yes, you've read it right. Next on my list.


Where to stay?

Moxy Dublin City

Moxy Hotel Dublin

I've stayed in this hotel the last time I visited Dublin and cannot recommend it enough. Central location,  super comfortable bed, beautiful designed, friendly staff. The common areas are so nice both for chilling, enjoying a drink or even working. 

See more information and book Moxy Dublin City here.

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