5 Great Places For Vegan Junk Food in Dublin

Added on . By Nenseh Koneh.

Just because you’re vegan doesn’t mean that you can’t join in the luxury of delicious junk food. From juicy burgers, to scrumptious pizza, these Dublin gems are serving some of the best plant-based meals in town. If you’re looking for somewhere to pig-out, here’s our top 5 places to find some mouth-watering vegan grub.

Sova Vegan Butcher

Putting a twist on traditional greasy junk food, Sova Vegan Butcher is serving up delicious vegan food that’s "tasty, healthy, happy, and sexy". With burgers, doner kebabs, and even a slice of cheesecake to choose from, you can enjoy all your favourites without having to regret your decisions in the morning.

 

Junk food that's healthy? Where have you been all my life.

McGuinness’s Takeaway

From double bacon cheeseburgers to Philly cheesesteaks, McGuinness has an overwhelming vegan menu that will fool even the meatiest eaters. A one of a kind chipper that’s open until 2am daily, those sad days of having your non-vegan friends enjoy all the glory of junk food after a night out are now in the past.

Yes, even vegans can join in late-night grubbing after a night of sinning.

Happy Food

Who said that vegans couldn’t join in brunch? Open weekdays for breakfast and lunch and Saturdays for brunch, Happy Food has some pretty large portions for a fraction of the price. From Sloppy Joes to a literal Bowl of Happiness, you’ll come hungry, but leave in a possible food coma.

Large appetite plus large portions ends with a happy ending.

Veginity

Two-time winner of Dublin’s best street food, Veginity is equivalent to heaven on earth. Popping up in different parts of the city, they aren’t afraid to try different ingredients and techniques. With items like cheesy tapioca, yam on foccacia, or sweet miso soup with tofu and noodles, their meals are on the same tier as those of fine-dining.

You can never go wrong with street food that literally serves some of the best food in town.

Govinda’s

Did someone ask for spice? A blend between European and Indian flavours, Govinda’s food is completely homemade and takes prides in using ingredients that are healthier for you. With three restaurants scattered around town and items like the Vegetable Subji and veggie burger up for grabs, you have no reason to miss out on this spot.

Beans, spice, and everything nice.