Date & time Dec 13 '17
Event ends Dec 14
Dublin airport
Creator harrvey

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Dublin is rich in food diversity. There is plethora of cafes and restaurants in Dublin offering newest and best dishes both international and traditional. If you are travelling to Dublin and craving for you own local dish you might find it in one or other corner of city, but for this you need your own set of wheels. If you have yours its great and for international tourists those are landing directly to Dublin Airport it is suggested to get your self drive car hire Dublin Airport as car rental companies have their desks in arrival hall of airport.

It is always better to pre-plan everything so you don’t have to wait for visiting amazing places and satisfying your cravings. Number of vegetarian restaurants in Dublin is small but those present are incredibly worth heading towards. Top 5 vegetarian restaurants in Dublin has been listed below;

Umi Falafel, 13 Dame street, Dublin 2

It is a heaven of traditional Middle Eastern falafel. The traditional taste with modern twist is presented with most unique and beautiful presentation. Quick and efficient service, home-made intimacy of food makes this place on of the favourite for vegetarians.

Punjabi By Nature, 15 Ranleagh Av, Dublin 6

It is one of the best Indian restaurants in Dublin. Serves best Indian dishes using only fine local Irish ingredients. Staff is very efficient and its very accommodating, affordable and authentic place to have a typical Indian meal. It is a must visit for all Indian food enthusiasts

Cornucopia, 19-20 Wicklow street, Dublin 2

Opened since 1986, restaurant serves delicious home cooked food meals and quick snacks according to both vegetarian and vegan diet restrictions. High quality organic wine is there too to accompany your meal.

Blazing Salads. 43 Dury street, Dublin 2

It is a very popular self service salad bar, offering a wide range of tasty vegetarian grub available both for dinning in and take away. One can also have a vegetarian and vegan pizza here. Baked sweet potato and chick pea salad is the most popular dish of this restaurant.

Chameleon, 1 Lower Fownes Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

It serves Irish dishes with Indonesian twist and provides truly a unique experience if you want to try something unconventional. A diverse range of small dishes is available here.

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