Healthy Eating In Dublin

Healthy Eating In Dublin

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For those nights when you want to eat something a little bit healthy, here's where to enjoy some greens, a big salad, or a nice piece of fish in Dublin.

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    Authentic italian cuisine, lovely atmosphere. Best pasta & pizza around. Be sure to try the Tirami Su! -- Eunan McDonald via Foursquare
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    The vegetarian bento box for lunches in weekday is absolutely amazing! Also the Seafood ramen and sushi in general are very good! -- Ada via Foursquare
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    It is definitely a fancy restaurant where food is great but expensive. The bento box which is awesome, goes for 18.95 and it's just enough for one person. Great for going with your other half! -- Danny Herran via Foursquare
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    Definitely my fav place for Sunday brunch. As for a seat downstairs. Much more cosy -- Therese May via Foursquare
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    Everything!!! Green juice, kale salad, brownies, bone broth -- all outstanding...I came back every day of my trip -- Karin K via Foursquare
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    More than a farmers' market, this is a place to come and eat, to grab some seriously fresh Irish cheese, pesto and a loaf of bread baked that morning and sit along the Liffey for a picnic. -- CNN via Foursquare
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    The market is ideally situated with many facilities in the park for the whole family to enjoy a great day out including playgrounds, a coffee shop, tennis courts... -- Claiton via Foursquare
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    The market offers a wonderful collection of crafts and food in the beautiful surroundings of the People’s park. -- Claiton via Foursquare
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    All you can eat for €20. This is the best thing that could ever happen to you on a Sunday -- Robert Arismendi via Foursquare
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    Nom. Expensive for fruit n veg (don't buy here, a good veg shop muuuuch cheaper) but the breads and cakes here are really lovely :) and there are quite cool unusual coats on an Asian stall -- Shaz O via Foursquare
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    Bring you own wine, AND beer! But don't get carried away, its easily done. Ask about meal deals, we got deal for starter + main on Sat night that I didn't see on the menu. -- Johnjaysus O'Malley via Foursquare
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    If you've the time in Dublin try and get lunch at one of the food markets. This one at Baggot St Bridge on Thursdays is ace. -- Hostelworld via Foursquare
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