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#112 of 8448 places to eat in Dublin
ClosedOpens at 08:30
$$$$ Average price: 11-21 €
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19-20 Wicklow St
Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
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After you have seen Molly Malone Statue, visit this restaurant. Try Vegetarian cuisine at Cornucopia. Most guests recommend trying good tofu salads, potato salads and tomato soup. Many people visit this place to taste tasty gâteau, chocolate pie and fruit salads. After a long working week, you can taste delicious wine or good beer. Get your meal started with great fresh juices, fruit juice or smoothies.

The positive aspect of this spot is that the staff is well-trained. Fabulous service is something guests agree upon here. Prices at this restaurant claim to be average. You will definitely appreciate the calm atmosphere and homey decor. On Zomato, Cornucopia has been rated 4.1 by the visitors.

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The ultimate vegetarian/vegan Dublin restaurant. With a new menu daily you will never get bored of dining here. Breakfast, lunch and dinner, all an absolute "must do" in Dublin (meat eaters welcome).
Solid vegan/vegetarian fare in Dublin's bustling Temple Bar. I'd probably give it 3.5 if possible. For dinner, you line up cafeteria-style to choose a main course that shifts daily. This main courses comes with two modest portions of 'salad' from which you can choose among some constant staples and some daily specials for ~€15. There certainly were some standout selections, like my partner's Moussaka. I didn't order it considered it would be too dry, but it turns out that the cashew creme used as a cheese substitute more than compensated. Some of the sides were quite tasty, but nothing to write home about (eg: fruit salad and a chilled garlic potato salad). I personally ordered the Parcel, a triangular puff pastry filled with marinated cauliflower, beetroot, and other veggies. While I enjoyed it, I wouldn't go back for it. The Moussaka - now that's a different story. While the food was quite good, the atmosphere unfortunately really takes away from the taste. I can understand the cafeteria format due to the size and two-story layout, but the lack of a host staff means that diners have to fight for tables. I was actually shoved by a particularly rude fellow patron - not the fault of the restaurant, but you can see why I might look for a different place to eat that has more space and less pretentious diners on a Tuesday night. They advertise several lunch specials. I'd give those a try if I were to go back.
Phenomenal food! Huge portions with healthy, hearty ingredients (and they aren't just replicating meat dishes). Most dishes come with 1-2 sides, which makes for a good deal. The food is ready to be served (kind of like a grocery's prepared foods section), so it's quick. You can grab a drink (alcoholic or not) as well. The restaurant itself is cozy and homely, with a nice atmosphere.
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19-20 Wicklow St, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Takeaway Outdoor seating Wi-Fi Сredit cards accepted Booking Parking No TV Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 12:00-21:00
MondayMon 08:30-21:00
TuesdayTue 08:30-21:00
WednesdayWed 08:30-22:00
ThursdayThu 08:30-22:00
FridayFri 08:30-22:00
SaturdaySat 08:30-22:00

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