My Favourite Foody Spots in Dublin

Whenever I go away I always search websites for the top places to dine and am always on the look out for the nicest spots, so here is my guide to where you can get healthy, fresh and delicious food around Dublin!!

 

Eathos

Breakfast/Brunch; options range from pimped up porridge to avo toast to smoothie bowls!!!

Lunch: Piles of vibrant, middle eastern salads. Choose your protein and a few salads.

 Credit; Eathos

Credit; Eathos

Coffee: Their coffee is bought from some of the best in Ireland, 3FE

Treats; A wide range of healthy to classic baked goods are always on display.

Whether you like healthy foods or not, 'eathos' is guaranteed to hit the spot. Their produce is local, fresh and wholesome. You won't be dissapointed. 

Location; Baggot Street Upper

 

The Happy Pear

Breakfast/Brunch; Small range of breakfasts, 'pimped up porridge', avo toasties.

 Credit; The Happy Pear

Credit; The Happy Pear

Lunch; Changing menu, from hearty, wholesome dahls and curries to buddha bowls, pittas, wraps and more.

Coffee; They use their own coffee, roasting it themselves.

Treats; Healthy, homemade treats from, 'salted caramel' tarts to vegan chocolate chip cookies.

The Happy Pear is a must go, for vegetarians and meat eaters alike. Although meat is not served you won't miss it a bit. Once you have left you will be happy and completely satisfied.

Location; Greystones

 

Sprout & Co

Breakfast; Heathy granolas, chia pots, eggs to porridge.

Lunch; Fresh salads and bowls, can get one of their signature salads, falafel, turkey etc. Or make up your own protein and grain bowls. These won't leave you hungry.

 Credit; Sprout & Co

Credit; Sprout & Co

Drinks; Sprout & Co have there own range of pure cold pressed juices, nothing added but veggies and fruit. They also make their own smoothies at the cafes.

Treats; A variety of healthy nibbles from Nutshed

Location; Various cafes dotted around Dublin.

Sprout & Co offer delicious fresh, healthy and seasonal food, their juices are bursting with flavour. I love popping in here to grab a takeaway falafel bowl if I am heading somewhere.

 

Brother Hubbard

Breakfast/Brunch; A wide variety catering for all people, bircher museli to eggs to home made baked beans.

Lunch; Seasonal soups, middle eastern sambos, vibrant, wholesome salads.

Dinner; Changing menus, a middle eastern feast is all I can use to describe it. Full mezze plates, veggie dishes, meatlovers options too!

 Credit; Brother Hubbard

Credit; Brother Hubbard

Treats; Wide variety of sweet, decadent treats. (but hey, its all about balance!)

Location: Capel Street

Brother Hubbard is Middle Eastern galore bang in the centre of Dublin. Fresh, yummy and satisfying foods, perfect for a night out. 

 

 

Cocu

Breakfast; Porridge, egg and granola pots Cocu is perfect for brekkie on the go.

 Credit; COCU

Credit; COCU

Brunch; Shakshuka, pancakes, buddha bowls, whats more to say.

Lunch; Make your own protein + salad box.

Treats; a lovely array of healthy treats

Coffee; From CloudPicker

Cocu is perfect for a grab and go, healthy brekkie or lunch or for a leisurely brunch on a weekend morning. There are plenty of options for veggies and meat eaters.

Location; A few around Dublin

 
 Credit; Bear Market

Credit; Bear Market

Soo I don't drink coffee but this is my mum's and many others favourite coffee place to grap a cup in Dublin. The cafe's are hip, modern and funky. I love grabbing my computer to go there and getting the BEST almond milk chai latte, nibbling on raw energy bars while I work.

They roast their own coffee and have a delicious selection of paleo treats, raw energy bars/balls and lovely sambos/ flatbreads for lunch.

Location; Blackrock, IFSC