Simple vegetarian and vegan food based around curry. There are two Govinda’s in Dublin, one at 4 Aungier Street and one at 83 Middle Abbey Street. While they are run by the same people the Aungier Street restaurant has a larger range of food and is half the price of the Middle Abbey Street.restaurant. Either way though you’ll be well fed with a range of amazing curries, salads and a pasta dish for the hell of it.
You can get falafal anywhere these days but that doesn’t mean it’s good and here it’s really good and great value for money. Definitely worth a visit.
A lovely little coffee shop that has almond, coconut and coconut/soy milk available. They also serve a mean matcha latte.
Accents Tea & Coffee Lounge.
Matcha lattes again but this time with a side of vegan banana cake or an orange date and oat slice. Combine that with comfy sofas and you’ll happily be in there all day
Industry and Co
A coffee shop inside a hipster home store. Not the best place to sit and relax but still a good place to go get a coffee.
Clement & Pekoe
If your a proper tea fan this is the place to go. They have a wide range of loose teas to choose from but if tea isn’t your thing there are also coffee options. No matcha lattes but you can get a proper unadulterated bowl of matcha or their home made almond milk chai.