6 Tasty Lunches In Dublin To Try If You're Broke This Week
Less money, more lunch.
Good food shouldn't cost an arm and a leg - that's our motto and we're sticking to it. So, each week, we go out onto the streets of Dublin and find you guys the best food on a budget we can find.
So you can spend your money on more important things - like pints, or dogs.
Happy eating, friends.
1. Holy Guaca-Moley, Foodie - €5.90
This IFSC hotspot is all about food that makes you feel good, inside and out. Big portions of hearty meals and tasty food that will keep you going all day long, and all at reasonable prices. Dreamy.
In the Holy Guaca-Moley you'll find grilled chicken, melted Swiss cheese, grilled onion and pepper mix, red cabbage slaw, guacamole and iceberg lettuce. And it looks like this...
2. Any sandwich, Oxmantown - €5.50
Oxmantown's glorious sandwiches all retail at just €5.50. For this amount you can pick from the Ham and Cheese, the Ruby with pastrami and sauerkraut, the Roast Pork on a blaa, the Grilled Cheese on sourdough or the Chicken and Stuffing with pork stuffing and lemon aioli.
All absolutely incredible. And if you're not keen to spend more than a fiver on lunch - they also dish up some banging soups for just €3.50.
3. Any two salads, Happy Food by the Yoga Hub - €4.50
A peaceful setting, surrounded be cool people, with good food and great prices. Is there any more you could ask for? We think not.
Two salads in Happy Food by the Yoga Hub will set you back just €4.50, with the option to add a cup of soup, an additional salad, hummus, tea or coffee for €2, or rustic sourdough bread for just 50c.
4. Falafel special wrap, Blazing salads - €3.90
Blazing Salads do some really incredible specials each week, only providing the best, tastiest and freshest food.
This week is their falafel wholemeal wrap with falafel, sprouts, shredded carrot, iceberg lettuce, balsamic with tahini and lemon dressing. Unbelievable tasty.
5. Soup, Credo - €3.75
While some soups in the city tend to be watered down and wholly dissatisfying, Credo go all out in terms of good density, great flavours and delivering the perfect amount of fullness. These guys do a soup special every day, made with the freshest of Italian ingredients, served with a side of bread.
Their Italian tomato soup is other level, trust us.
6. Tom Yam Gal, Thai Do - €5.50
Thai Do is an authentic Thai and Chinese takeaway, with two locations - one in Cabra and the other in Ashbourne. They have a cracking menu, with a Tom Yam Gal that will knock your socks off.
In here, €5.50 will get you a hot and sour soup with prawns, lemongrass, lime leaves & galangal. It's hot, spicy and filling. And where else can you get fresh seafood in the city for just over a fiver?
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