The hard work in the morning has to be rewarded with a proper lunch! Luckily, Dublin’s restaurants have delicious offers on their lunch menus that will fill up your energy reserves and give you power for the second half of the day. We collected our Top 5 must try dishes in some of Dublin’s best restaurants – enjoy your lunch!
Lunchboxes are really trendy at the moment and at Cocu you can create your own box to go with the ingredients you love the most! For those who don’t want to face the struggle of deciding what to put into the box, Cocu has prepared some amazing combinations. Cocu is located on Harcourt Street and on Baggot Street!
Our favourite lunch box is called “Middle East Chicken” and packed with roasted red peppers, avocado and feta, covered with lovely sumac dressing. Full of energy, nutrients and freshness!
At Brother Hubbart they serve food all day long, from breakfast till dinner. The little cafe is located on Capel Street. It’s more than just a place to buy coffee and cake, but also a place that has more to its coffee and cake (and its soups, sandwiches and salads).
Our favourite dish on Brother Hubbarts lunch menu is the “Slow Roasted Pulled Pork Sandwich”, which was awarded the Best Sandwich in Dublin by McKenna’s Guide. It’s served with warm spices, a touch of lemon and fennel seeds, a light mustardy celeriac remoulade, fresh beetroot and baby spinach on griddled sourdough bread. And it comes with a large portion of one of their 3-salad plate options (your choice). Yum!
3. The Fumbally
The Fumbally is the culmination of 4 years of cooking, travelling, working at festivals, gathering ideas, arguing those ideas, making mistakes, making new friends, finally realising those ideas, having lots of dinners, tasting new things, building a kitchen and seeing what will happen. The food at the Fumbally is fresh, healthy, simple and inspiring – the experienced staff does a really good job.
Our favorite dish on The Fumbally’s lunch menu is their “Pulled Porchetta”, Ciabatta with slow roasted pork, caper mayo and sweet rhubarb compote. This is the right thing to eat for an energetic afternoon!
4. Green 19
Green 19 serves great food, great drinks and even better prices! The modern hub is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner – and coffee all the time. It’s location on Camden Street Lower is very handy and easy to find. Perfect for your lunchbreak or for stopping by during your weekend’s shopping tour!
Our favorite dish on Green 19′s lunch menu is the “Pan Fried Salmon” which is served with warm sweet potato salad, green beans, tomato, red onion and salsa verde. Lovely Seafood!
The word Saba is Thai and means “happy meeting place” – what a perfect name for a Thai restaurant! Saba offers traditional Thai and Vietnamese dishes at reasonable prices in a contemporary setting on Clarendon Street, Dublin 2. Saba is renowned for our delicious food, fantastic atmosphere and award winning cocktails that will tantalise your tastebuds. Sanook![Enjoy!]
Our favorite dish on Saba’s lunch menu is their “Phad Prik Sod Wok”, served with steamed rice, chillis, onions, peppers, mushrooms and sweet basil. You can choose if you want to have your wok with chicken, beef, prawns or vegetables and tofu. No matter which option you choose – a dish you absolutely have to try!