5 vegan restaurants to visit this Veganuary

    0
    758
    5 Vegan restaurants for Veganuary
    5 Vegan restaurants for Veganuary

    It’s January, which means a lot of people are looking to try something new or change their lifestyles for the new year.

    And if you’re looking to eat more plant-based foods this month as part of Veganuary, it can be challenging to find a place that’ll complement your new diet — especially living in Ireland.

    Although a lot of restaurants do have plant-based or meat-free options, there are a few places you have to visit.

    So do yourself — and your tastebuds — a favour and visit these five vegan restaurants on the Emerald Isle to help you on your Veganuary journey.

    READ MORE: Why this plant-based burger is not suitable for vegans or vegetarians

    The Happy Pear
    The Happy Pear
    1. The Happy Pear Café, Co. Wicklow

    16 years ago one of Ireland’s most famous twins Steve and Dave started a small veg shop. Now The Happy Pear Café is a well-established business with four cafés, a farm, a product range, a roastery, four online courses, 120 employees and a community of over one million people eating more veggies!

    The branch in Greystones, Co. Wicklow was their first establishment. It’s the perfect place to meet with friends for a nice brunch or coffee — especially after doing the Bray to Greystones walk.

    Umi Falafel
    Umi Falafel
    1. Umi Falafel, Co. Dublin and Co. Cork

    If you want a casual and relaxing place to enjoy your meal, Umi Falafel located all over Ireland including Dublin, Cork City and Belfast is the place to be. Apart from their handmade falafels, their bread is freshly baked and they use a family recipe for their salads, pickles and sauces.

    READ MORE: This delicious dish will make Veganuary a breeze

    Sova Vegan Butcher
    Sova Vegan Butcher
    1. Sova Vegan Butcher, Co. Dublin

    Located at 51 Pleasants St, Dublin this lovely vegan restaurant is a purveyor of fine dining with vegan food prepared according to their own delicious and unique style. They aim to promote vegan food and a healthy lifestyle. They have a brunch and dinner menu that’ll have everyone drooling.

    Sweet Beat Cafe
    Sweet Beat Cafe
    1. Sweet Beat Café, Co. Sligo

    Sligo’s first dedicated vegan café provides plant-based vegan-friendly food prepared fresh, from scratch, every morning sourcing only the best quality ingredients from local growers and suppliers. They’re committed to reducing their carbon footprint through several initiatives in the café.

    READ MORE: These non-alcoholic beers will cure your Dry January FOMO

    Wild Cafe Tralee
    Wild Cafe Tralee
    1. Wild Café Tralee, Co. Kerry

    At Wild, it’s not just about food or coffee. “It is about the experience,” says their website. Fresh ingredients from high-quality sources mean fresh and delicious dishes that’ll nourish your body with wholesome, nutritious food and beverages served here. Everything is prepared at the café. They also only use eco-friendly materials to keep Mother Earth happy.

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here