Nac Mac Vegan: adventures in rabbit food

30/03/2009

More on vegan Dublin

Filed under: Eating out — Tags: , , , — Feòrag @ 22:14

As mentioned in the previous post, I returned to Juice one evening to have the mushroom wellington. The food was excellent, but I have to say that if your establishment is in a 1960s building made of concrete, the decor consists of hard surfaces, and you have members of staff whose first language is not that spoken by the majority of customers, then loud music isn’t a good idea. My (BBC English speaking) partner’s main course order was misheard, though replacing it was handled professionally and with good grace. I also noticed that the scrambled tofu I mourned was on the weekend brunch menu, so I went back for that, too.

We also tried out Sinners, a Lebanese restaurant on Parliament Street, close to the Porterhouse. The menu had ample vegan options, and the service was just the right level of attention. The food was tasty, but the portions are American in size, and being tourists we couldn’t really take them up on the offer of packing the leftovers in take-away containers.

The Porterhouse, where you will find the best beer in Dublin, has added a vegetable tagine to their menu which looks to be vegan.

I’ve eaten a lot of very substantial food on this trip, and am looking forward to a week or so of light Japanese cuisine and salads before I hit the road again.

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1 Comment »

  1. One of these days, I would like you to take me out and feed me vegan. My native tendency is so much to turn the other way, I need someone to say “Chaz, you will eat this, and this, and this…”

    I am at least guaranteed to be interested.

    Comment by Chaz — 31/03/2009 @ 19:07


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