Ten Cheapest Restaurants And Cafes in Dublin

There are hundreds of restaurants and cafes in Dublin. We just choose ten of them which cost below 20 £ per person. These following restaurants and cafes have been tried out by people who enjoy good food while taking into consideration the budget. Make sure to call first to confirm the menus and the price since it is subject to change at any time.

  1. Avoca Cafè. Located on the top floor of a very notably craftshop, Avoca Cafè is very cosy for lunch. It offers healthy salads, panini and one or two home cooked dishes, followed up by some fab desserts. It opens from Monday to Saturday at 10 am to 5 pm. On Sundays it opens at 11. to 5 pm. It is on at 11-13 Suffolk Street, Dublin 2. Telephone : 6726019.
  2. Bad Ass Cafe. This ware-house styled cafetaria is mostly visited by youth. The menu suits tight budget while offering some pretty decent pizzas, pasta, burgers, and salads. It opens from Mondays to Sundays at 11.30 am to 11.30 pm. It is at 9-11 Crown Alley, Temple Bar, Dublin 2. Telephone 6712596.
  3. Bar Italia. It offers authentic Italian cooking, freshly prepared and served by warm and welcoming staff. It opens from Mondays to Saturdays at 10.30 am to 10.30 pm. On Sundays 1 pm to 9 pm. It is at 26 Lower Ormond Qy, Dublin I. Telephone 874 1000.
  4. Bewley’s Cafè. It comprises four parts; a ground floor cafe, a patisserie, a fish restaurant called Mackerel on the first floor, a theatre.  The cafe serves breakfast from 8 am. It is at 78-79 Grafton Street, Dublin 2.
  5. Cafè Bar Deli. Nice surroundings that are similar to an old fashioned Parisian cafè,efficient service and straightforward Mediterranean cuisine which focuses on tasty pasta, pizza and mountainous salads. It is usually buzzing. It opens from Mondays to Saturdays at 12.30 pm to 11 pm. On Sundays it opens at 2 pm to 10 pm. It is at 13 South Great George’s Street, Dublin 2. Telephone 6771646.
  6. Cafè Irie. This original, hippy spirit of Temple Bar livs on at this small, first floor cafè. It’s an enjoyable spot to eat an organic breakfast or lunch, and still get change from a tenner. It is at 11 Fownes Street Upper, Temple Bar. Telephone : 672 5090.
  7. Cornucopia. Built 20 years ago, this restaurant offers popular vegetarian food with a wide range of selection of imaginative dishes. It opens from Mondays to Saturdays at 8.30 am to 8 pm. On Sundays it opens from12.00 to 7 pm. It is at 19 Wicklow Street, Dublin 2. Phone 677 7583.
  8. Dunne & Crescenzi. Specialize in bringing authentic enoteca atmosphere to Dublin, this restaurant offers deli style food and heart warming wine by the glass or bottle. Two outlets on the same street, both crammed for most of the day. It opens from Mondays to Sundays at 11 am to 10.30 pm. Until 6 pm on Sundays.
  9. Enoteca delle Langhe. Part of a new develoment on the north side of the Millennium Bridge which has become Dublin’s little Italy. Providing outdoors and indoor seats, this restaurant offers a glass of soothing red wine and a platter of cured ham, salami and cheese. A little slice of the la dolce vita, without having to carry out the Italian Job to pay for it. It opens until 11 pm on Thursdays – Saturdays.  10 pm on Sundays to Wednesdays. It is at Quartiere Bloom, Lower Ormond Qy. Phone : 888 0834.
  10. Epicurean Food Hall. This hall offers different kinds of international eateries combine with gourmet food and wine shops. Highlights include Indian street food at Shalimar, Italian fare from La Corte, and a range of rustic French dishes from Christophe’s.  It opens at normal shopping hours. It is on Lower Liffey Street, Dublin 1.

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