5 Perfect Summer Lunch Dishes To Devour In Dublin On This Dreamy Day

From falafel to jerk chicken – we've got you sorted

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We've made the toughest decision of the day for you – where you're gonna grab lunch on this most perfect of days.

The following is a list of five of the hottest lunches in town, for one of the hottest days of the year. Bring your suncream folks.

Here's the lunch you've longed for all day.

1. Macaroni and cheese – Blazing Salads

"No carbs before Marbs"? 

PFFT.

This light pasta dish is made with wholemeal pasta, cauliflower and other delicious veg. Sold by weight, so we can't give you an exact price, but we can tell you that it's worth it...

Blazing Salads

2. Falafel Salad – Sprout & Co

It's summer, which means light, fresh eating and it doesn't get fresher than Sprout & Co.

This ones got falafel with roasted and pickled beets, pomegranate, carrot, seasonal greens with hummus, mint tzatziki and beetroot tzatziki. How good does that sound?!

€8.50 for the salad and you can grab a juice or smoothie to go with that. Deeelish – and you're only a stone's throw from the Green too.

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3. Penne alla Luganica – Carluccio's

This spicy penne dish has that distinct truffle taste that we all lust after. 

All your lunch time wishes coming true, and for just €6.95.

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4. Salad trio – Tang

Choose between three raw or cooked salads, including raw slaw, lentil salad or roasted sweet potato salad.

Salad and a coffee for just €10 on a seat in the sun in the heart of the city – you literally could not get closer to St Stephen's Green – you can't really go wrong with that.

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5. Jerk Chicken Wrap – Staple Foods

You've for your chicken, your rice, your beans, some crunchy celeriac and coconut slaw on top, with fresh leaves and a dollop of chilli jam. YUM.

This is what you wanna be eating this fine summer's day for €7.95. 

Perfect.

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So there. We've narrowed it down for yis, enjoy these while the sun lasts. 

Written By

Alana Laverty

Just a Galway gal eating and writing her way around Dublin alana@lovindublin.com

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