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Delicious vegan-friendly spots to try for a weekend brunch in Dublin


By Jennifer McShane
16th May 2021
Delicious vegan-friendly spots to try for a weekend brunch in Dublin

Check out three of our favourite vegan/veggie-friendly spots in Dublin worth trying this weekend. The best bit? Chances are, even if you’re not of the vegan way of life, you’ll find something on the menu to love.

The Fumbally

 

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Such is the quality of food on offer at this spot, you’ll almost always find a queue out the door. There’s plenty on offer for vegetarians and vegans here, as well as those that aren’t. Their signature Fumbally Eggs are worth getting out of bed for, a falafel that will go down a treat for lunch is there to tempt and there’s always a daily vegetarian offering to munch on. And yes, they boast an ever-changing array of flavoursome salads. Trust us, you’ll be back for seconds.

Fallon & Byrne

 

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Located on Exchequer Street and in People’s Park, Fallon & Byrne do special vegan meals that are worth a visit alone, even if you’re not a vegan, tbh.

Veginity

 

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Here, vegans and non-vegans alike have popped their veginity (we know, sorry) with Veginity’s array of imaginative, quirky and ever-changing dishes. Their marinated tofu burger with wasabi mayo and plant-based ‘Fish and Chips’ were two dishes that went down a storm, back when they were operating from a food truck inside a warehouse on Richmond street South and at Eatyard. You can now order in store, online and on their website.

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