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Cheapest Restaurants in Dublin for Travelers

- Posted on: 17/01/2024 - By: Sofia Carraro Rocha $itemValue.title

Embark on a wallet-friendly culinary adventure through Dublin! Discover affordable and delicious restaurants that won't break the bank. From local favourites to international delights, our guide ensures a fusion of flavours that delights your taste buds and keeps your budget intact. Whether you're a local or a traveller, join us as we explore Dublin's budget-friendly culinary gems. Indulge in tasty experiences without the hefty price tag!

 

Leo Burdock:

What to devour: Fish and chips that have stood the test of time.

 

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Wetherspoon:

What to eat: Pic any 3 small-plates per €15 (it's amazing to share with your gang!)

Boojum, Bell Burritos & Pablo Picante:

Must-try dish: Build-your-own burritos and burrito bowl bursting with flavour in both restaurants. Chicken quesadilla at Bell Burritos will blow your mind.

Hot pick: Flavour-packed burritos with a side of nachos at Pablo Picante.

Apache Pizza & Four Star Pizza:

Savor: Premium Big Buffalo at Apache and The Epic Combo at Four Star to share with friends.

Govinda's:

Healthy choice: Vegetarian and vegan buffet with diverse options, try the Special Plate.

 

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His Food Charcoal Grill:

Balkan hidden gem: You must try Cevapi and their Barbecue options will make your stomach extremely happy (and full).

Extra tip: They have big Barbecue tables for groups.

Bunsen & Wow Burger:

Savor: Classic cheeseburgers with a side of crispy fries.

Tip: Our guests have discount on the meal deal showing the key-card.

O'Shea's Merchant:

Treat yourself to: Traditional Irish stew in a cozy pub setting.

Brother Hubbard

Indulge in: Hearty Middle Eastern-inspired sandwiches and salads.

Brunch special: Avocado toast and shakshuka that won't break the bank.

Coffee and more: Relish in brunch delights without burning a hole in your pocket.

 

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Zaytoon:

Must-try: Doner Box (with fries and sauce) and Lamb  Kubideh.

The Woollen Mills:

Recommended dish: Dublin coddle, a local comfort food.

O’Neills Pub and Kitchen:

Irish traditional gem: Try the delicatessen of their Chowder and Guiness Stew.

Little Pyg (inside Pyg Malion):

Pizza lovers must-try: 2 pizzas per €25. Take note: 4 Cheese and Prosciutto & Funghi are amazing!

 

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Token:

Game on: Relish in comfort food with a side of arcade games.

For the sweet tooth: Treat yourself to affordable dessert waffles.

O'Reilly's Bar and Kitchen:

Pub fare delight: Tuck into a classic Irish beef and Guinness pie.

Kimchi Hophouse:

Korean delight: Kimchi bowls and bulgogi that won't dent your wallet.

 

Tips for Dining on a Budget:

Lunch Deals: Many restaurants offer budget-friendly lunch specials. Check our partners to get discounts.

Early-Bird Menus: Opt for early bird menus for discounted dinner options. Download the app First Table to discover the restaurants.

Sharing is caring: Share dishes with friends to taste more without overspending. Visit The Sylver Penny  when with friends. 

Takeaway goodies: Some places offer discounts on takeaway orders. Around our properties you can find plenty option as Fortes Takeaway, Enzo’s Take Away, Mario’s Takeaway & Apache Pizza.

Student discounts: Flash that student ID for potential discounts, like McDonalds.

 

 

Dublin's culinary tapestry is rich, diverse, and surprisingly budget-friendly (when you know where to go and what to eat). So, grab your fork and get ready to enjoy without breaking the bank.

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