6 Delish Dublin Lunches That Won't Break The Bank This Week
Because cheap eats shouldn't mean bad eats.
There's something very rewarding about getting change from a tenner when buying your lunch. So we've made it our mission to scope out some tasty grub for the masses for less than a few quid.
Turns out Dublin's only gone and spoiled us again, as there are loads of choices on offer for just a few schillings.
Check them out...
1. Pear and Goat's Cheese Salad, Seven Wonders - €4.75
Looking for decadence on a budget? Seven Wonders is the one for you. Here you'll find absolutely loads of lunch-for-under-a-fiver options, including this deadly salad that tastes amazing.
Plus, if you're looking to stay under the €4 mark, their take-away sandwiches come in at a mere €3.95.
2. DIY Wrap, Borlottie - €3.15
Another famously good value spot. Borlottie boasts taste, good price and superb health benefits - meaning it's good for your wallet, body and mind.
Their make-your-own wraps some in at the heavenly price of €3.15, with the option of ditching the wrap and making up a bowl.
3. Sweet and sour ham sandwich, Munchies - €4
The humble, yet brilliant, sweet and sour ham sandwich from Munchies is on their favourites list for a number of reasons; it's tasty, it's affordable and it's that little bit different from your average sambo.
Oh, and their coffee is pretty deadly too.
4. Chili con carne burrito, Saburritos - €4.90
It's not often you can get yourself a whopper lunch, filled with protein, for less than a fiver - but Saburritos has your back this time.
This is made with 100% Irish ground beef cooked with beans, chilli, tomatoes, bell peppers, spices, topped with Monterey Jack cheese AND served with rice or chips. A delicious bargain.
5. Small salad box, KC Peaches - €4.95
KC Peaches' small salad boxes are the versatile lunch on-the-go you'll keep coming back for. You also have the ability to stuff them to the brim, with all manners of delicious things - not bad for €4.95.
And, if salad's not your thing, you can take away their ham and cheesy sandwich for €4.50.
6. Mozzarella Parmigiana sandwich, Credo - €4.95
If you're looking for something to seriously fill you amidst a long, hard day of sitting down - then you should gran one of Credo's insanely good sambos.
Famed for their pizza and pasta, Credo's sandwiches are often overlooked. But just listen to the sound of this: Buffalo mozzarella, parmesan cheese, Roma tomatoes, basil, olive oil white truffle vinaigrette grilled in a ciabatta roll.
WOAH, right? There are also gluten free options available.