Dublin good ol Dublin, a mecca for bars, pubs, cafes & all types of eateries. I like going to nice restaurants and fine dining every now and then but if I am honest, I am more wings and beer kind of gal. I am always rushing from a to b so I prefer casual dining where you get good quality food at great prices. Below you will find a list of my favourite cheap eats in Dublin.
This is a pretty obvious choice if you’re from or living in Dublin. Bunsen serves a serious high-quality steamed burger for as little as €6.95. The sweet potato fries are delicious and don’t leave without trying their chocolate milkshake!. A double cheeseburger, sweet potato fries will set you back roughly around €12/13. This is one of my favourite casual dining spots in Dublin
36 WEXFORD STREET, DUBLIN 2 PHONE 01-552 5408 EMAIL email@example.com
Kebabs, oh I love a good kebab. So much so that one time in L.A I was coming home from a nightclub and I saw a guy closing his food stall. I asked him could I buy a kebab, he told me no! He said that he was throwing out the last of the food as it had been there all day……. I begged, I pleaded and in the end, he agreed reluctantly. I ended up sleeping next to the spot where I vomited it all back up 2 hours later………. The point I am trying to make here is that I’ve enjoyed my fair share of kebabs over the last few years. So, I can confidently say I know a good kebab when I eat one. Passion for food hands down make the best kebabs in Dublin. From their freshly wraps made on site to their juicy marinated meat and crunchie veg. More than reasonable prices for the food they serve. About 10 mins from Camden street it’s a short trip or you can have them deliver.
27 Clanbrassil Street Lowe, Sth Circular Rd (D8), Dublin
3 tapas and a glass of wine for €21.50 (early bird menu) nothing wrong with that? I have on occasion paid upwards of €9.50 for a glass of wine in Dublin so for me this is a fantastic deal. Let me add that the food is pretty good too. My favourite tapas were the paella Marisco & the Spicy Spanish Sausage. Conveniently located just next to Grafton Street & right next to South William street. If you’re looking for an inexpensive meal with a central location this is the perfect spot.
1 St. Andrew’s Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 677 4799 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re looking for really cheap decent sushi in the city centre then Kokoro on South William is your best bet. They also have really good and reasonably priced wine, Carol and I ordered 2 glasses Malbec for €7 and it was divine, for that alone I’d recommend Kokoro as one of my favourite cheap eats in Dublin.
51 William St S, Dublin 2
As I said in the opening paragraph, I like to be wined and dined, but mostly I am wings and beer kind of gal. When I heard Brian my friend talk about how good Wishbone was, I decided I had to go there. Located off Montague street Wishbone Probably have the best wings in Dublin! I love the atmosphere and vibe in there. The staff are always friendly and I’ve yet to wait or be disappointed with the food. Wings start at €11.95.
16 Montague St, Saint Kevin’s, Dublin 2 +353 1-5551488
Go here if you’re looking for a super healthy option. You choose your meat, veg and sauces and they BBQ your food right in front of you. They provide a variety of meats including beef, chicken and seafood along with a great selection of sauces. They have an all you can eat option that will set you back around €13.90 or €6.90 for the lunch bowl available every day (12 pm to 4.30pm).
THE MONGOLIAN BBQ, 7 Anglesea Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Ph. (01) 670 4154 Email: email@example.com
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