Ever had that awkward belly rumble that turns every head in the office in your direction? Eek!
Looks like you need a good feed, my friend.
There’s something about lunch – I just hate spending money on it.
Here’s some great value spots in Dublin City:
The Bento box from Sisu is like no other I’ve seen. There’s more options and it’s all gourmet samples.
For ten euro, you can’t go wrong!
If your looking for a healthy, hearty bowl of goodness, the salads from Industry are a great choice.
It’s cheap, cheerful and full of flavour – always a winner in my books.
Any sandwich or burger with a side and a drink for €9.95.
Go on, treat yo’ self.
4. Banh Mi – Pang
Banh Mi is a deadly choice for when you’re on the go and you need something to fill you for the day.
For €6.50, it’s easy on the pockets and super satisfying.
Neon serves up some of the tastiest Thai Green Curry around.
You can get a main with rice and an ice cream cone for a tenner at lunchtime.
On chilly days like this, you need a bit of heat in your lunch bowls.
You can get a soup and sambo for €10 here.
If you’re on a health kick, Cocu is a great place to pick up some guilt-free lunch.
Choose a box, base and sprinkle for €8.50.
8. Happy Food
Make all your veggie and vegan dreams come true at Happy Food.
This café is always booming with health foodies and yogis as there is a yoga studio on site as well.
Most mains in Happy Food are around €9 and you can add chips and a drink for €2.50.
Thia health food café is a very popular lunch spot.
The menu is heavily yoghurt focused and tries to incorporate it into almost everything served. It’s got a Middle Eastern vibe to it, think lots of tzatzik, flavoured yoghurts, citrus, honey, black olive.
You’ll be able to nab yourself salads for €7.50 and flatbreads for €6.95.
Arguably the best burrito bowls in town – the best part is the little chips they sprinkle on top for added crunch.
There’s usually enough in the portion size for lunch and dinner so it’s great value at €8.95 a pop.
Time to get munchin’!