Cheap lunches may not be that hard to find, but cheap and tasty lunches? Gold dust.
Good thing is we've done all the hard work for you.
Feast your eyes upon some of the best lunches in town, and that's only this week's edition. Happy eating, you lot.
1. Special of the day, Honest to Goodness – €6
Going by the specials board every time you visit a place can be risky business, but not with Honest to Goodness. Their food is wholesome, tasty and superbly filling.
They use the freshest of ingredients, and it definitely shows.
2. Sandwich, Lolly & Cooks – €4.20 - €4.50
Good food, quick service and a tasty end result. Lolly & Cooks' sandwiches are big, tasty and made right in front of you – what more could you ask for? Oh, and they come in under a fiver. Which is super rare around the city centre.
Their savage rolls are ENORMOUS and come in at a very reasonable €3.70 also, if you're looking for something different this lunch time.
3. Tuna/Veggie Wrap, Urban Picnic – €6
Located just around the corner from Lolly & Cooks in George's Arcade, Urban Kitchen is a hub of delicious activity, with some of the best sandwiches Dublin can offer.
They also whip up some cracking soups and really delicious hot pots too.
4. Stir Fry, Mongolian Barbeque – €5.90
Arguably the best value lunch in Dublin. €5.90 in Mongolian Barbeque gets you a huge amount of noodles, veg, meat, spices and a bowl full of sticky rice. It's all made fresh in front of you, and it's all delicious.
And it comes with a refresher sweet at the end. Important.
5. Rice and Bean Burrito, Mama's Revenge – €4
Simple and tasty. Just the ticket to fill you up on a busy day. Mama's Revenge has got you covered.
There's also the option to add guacamole for 70c, if you really can't go a day without it. We won't judge.
6. Wrap, Blazing Salads – €3 - €4
Definitely the most reasonably priced health shop in town. All of the wraps in the fridge are about €3.50, as well as the healthy pastries at the till. They also do reasonably priced weekly specials, so you can stay feeling good without declaring bankruptcy.