6 Super Spots To Hit Up For Lunch If You Work On Capel Street

Work hard/eat hard, yeah?

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Dear hard working citizens of the world, you get one hour for lunch if you're lucky. You want to spend the majority of that hour sampling Dublin's food scene, rather than pondering where to go and waiting in queues. 

Capel Street is a thriving hub of activity, both of the work and food variety; so we're here to marry the two.

Read now, or forever hold your pizza...

1. Brother Hubbard

An LD favourite, Brother Hubbard dishes out some of the best and most filling sandwiches, soups and salads in Dublin. 

Their fresh flatbreads are particularly delicious, made with your choice of meat or vegetables and served with one of their salad plate options.

Get down early, however, as this place gets busy - and rightly so. 

Brother Hubbard

2. Soup Dragon

This Capel Street haunt has the best soups in town, as well as some other killer deals. 

They whip up a fiver Friday option each week, that in the past has included kormas, chillis and fresh salad specials. 

The food is filling, deadly and cheap - with dishes rarely costing you more than €6.

Soup Dragon

3. Musashi

Often referred to as the best sushi spot in Dublin, Musashi has a reputation for unbeatable sushi and reasonable prices. 

Picking yourself up a sushi roll, or two or three pieces from their A La Carte menu will bring you to about €8, and will fill you up for the day, promise. 

Musashi

4. Ristorante Romano

Sometimes there are days when you just need carbs, and Ristorante Romano does some of the best pizza and pasta this side of the Liffey. 

Their pizzas start at €7.50 and their lunch special is €7.95, with a three course lunch coming in at €9.50. 

Some incredible bargains on offer here considering the sheer standard of the food. 

Romano

5. Mish Mash

A favourite with vegetarians and vegans of the area, Mish Mash is a wholesome, tranquil café full of good food and lovely serving staff. Try one of their soups for a lunch that's homemade and packed full of goodness.

Their sweet treats are also truly incredible, meaning you can have one or two and not feel any guilt.

Mish

6. Hanoi Hanoi

A decadent lunch menu with decent prices; Hanoi Hanoi is so good they named it twice. 

Their noodle soups come in about €8/€9, they offer full meals with meat rice and vegetables for €7.50 and their baguettes are priced at a mere €5.50; this place will definitely keep you coming back for more. 

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Written By

Kate Demolder

Kate is a contributing writer here at Lovin Dublin. You are as likely to see her indulging in some of Dublin’s finer establishments, as well as panic-exercising the day after.

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