Dublin Has Been Named In The Top-Four “Best Cities For Vegans” By National Geographic

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Dublin Has Been Named In The Top-Four “Best Cities For Vegans” By National Geographic

Turns out Dublin is something of a Vegan paradise.

Sometimes, as a Vegan, it’s hard to find places that serve any plant-based options, let-alone delicious ones. But, it seems that has become less and less of a problem here in Dublin. [Featured Image: Lefteris kallergis, Unsplash].

National Geographic has named Dublin the top-four “Best Cities For Vegans”, in a new list of eight cities that it’s great to be vegan in. It’s lovely to have Dublin’s variety and quality of vegan food recognised internationally!

Read more: 12 Of The Best Dublin Vegetarian And Vegan Restaurants

Coming in just ahead of Dublin were Warsaw (Poland),  Bengaluru (India), and Bangkok (Thailand). Dublin just pipped Madrid (Spain) and Toronto (Canada) to fourth spot.

“The pace at which Ireland’s vegan scene has grown over the past few years is extraordinary, and while Cork and Galway are worthy competitors, Dublin steals the show,” said National Geographic. “Ranked among the most vegan-friendly cities in the world, it eschews light, California-style dishes for the kind of food that will warm you on a walk along the River Liffey.


“Standouts include cauliflower, fennel tofu and wakame pie at Cornucopia and home-grown baked potatoes with battered sausage and curry sauce from takeaway restaurant McGuinness. Vegan bakery Buttercream Dream and Sova Vegan Butcher should also be on your radar.”

Well, it doesn’t get much better than that. Let’s keep scoffing all of Dublin’s beautiful vegan food away then, shall we?

Read the study in full here

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