6 Tasty And Filling Lunches To Try If You're A Bit Broke This Week

Because good food should come at good prices.

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Not one for packed lunches, but don't want to have to take out a mortgage to fund your delish lunch lifestyle?

Us too. 

So we've gathered some of the cheapest and tastiest lunches you can get yourself on a budget. All you have to do is choose...

1. Lunch special, Mongolian BBQ

Their lunch special is made up of a stir fry, with your choice of ingredients, made fresh in front of you and tastes absolutely whopper. 

€5.90 will get you all this, as well as a a bowl of sticky rice, as many condiments and spices as you like AND a refresher sweet at the end. Total bargain.

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2. Sashimi, Musashi

Aside from the fact that these two words are fun to say in succession, the sashimi in Musashi is tasty, affordable and totally filling. 

You'll get five pieces of salmon sashimi for just €5.80. Just over a fiver and you're getting a healthy and delicious meal. Happy days.

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3. Tesco Meal Deal

A drink, sandwich and your choice of crisps or fruit - all for €3.50. Can't really go wrong there now, can you?

4. Tom Yam Goong, Neon

Healthy, filling and delicious soup made with full and fresh prawns for €5.95. Not often you can pick up some fresh seafood for under €6, so get on it and savour it all.

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5. Sandwich and drink, Subway

€4 for a freshly made six-inch sub and drink. Full tummy for under a fiver? Sure you're laughing!

6. Eggs, Fumbally 

At Fumbo, you can get their scrambled eggs (served all day, as they should be), avocado on toast, falafel wrap or soup for just €5. And they're all absolutely deadly.

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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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