Six Of the Best Restaurant’s for Clean Eating in Dublin
November 26, 2017 (No Comments) by Zuzanna Piasek

We are back with another clean eating guide for all of you lovers of healthy food. This time we are going to check out six Dublin restaurant’s that will provide you with lots of nutritious nourishment when you are looking for a day off cooking but still want to be good.

Dublin city literally has hundreds of eateries to choose from so thanks to this guide, you won’t be tempted to walk into the first restaurant you see and eat all the bad stuff! So here we go, six of the best restaurant’s for healthy and clean eating in Dublin.

1. Cocu – Baggot Street, Dublin 4

cocu-restaurant

Cocu provides a divine dining experience with plenty of healthy options to choose from. You also know where everything on your plate comes from.  I’ll start off with their quality coffee which is roasted by Cloud Picker. Ireland’s first micro coffee roaster which they roast on Sheriff Street. The beans they roast are sourced from farms around the world that harvest and process the coffee to its highest standards. So you know you are getting a quality cup of coffee here.

Their fish come from Wrights of Marino and where possible are Irish. Bread is baked at Arun Bakery in Smithfield and there are gluten free options here too. You can also enjoy cold pressed juices and kombucha here. So head on over and I’m sure you won’t be disappointed with the fabulous array of options presented to you.

Find out more here – http://www.cocu.ie/

2. Sprout and Co – Dawson Street, Dublin 2

sprout-co

This Dublin restaurant has a seasonally changing menu, using great Irish ingredients at its core. Using local ingredients they provide loads of healthy options. With restaurants in Ballsbridge, Lower Mount St and Dawson Street you have plenty of areas to choose from. One of the best things about this place is that you can order your food online which means you don’t have to wait around to receive your healthy and nutritious meal!

Satisfy yourself with salads, grain bowls and freshly pressed juices instantly. So get over there now or check out their cool app for more information.

Find out more here – https://www.sproutfoodco.com/

3. Póg – 32 Bachelors Walk, Dublin 1

pog

The food that is produced in Póg is some of the fresh you will find in the country. They do not work with any refined carbohydrates or sugar, simply because they don’t have to! Instead the salads served here are packed with greens, proteins, fresh vegetables and good fats. Most products served are low in fat, gluten free, low gi, low sugar and full of vitamins and minerals. All of this and it still somehow tastes delicious!

You can choose from a wide range of raw juices, smoothies, salads, wraps, soups, protein bowls, pancakes, coffee, acai bowls and paleo baked goods. You won’t be stuck here no matter what diet you are on. Visit Póg the next time you are looking for that healthy midweek lunch or dinner.

Find out more here – http://www.ifancyapog.ie/

4. Honest to Goodness – 12 Dame Court, Dublin 2

honest-to-goodness-cafe-pizzeria

Honest to Goodness prides itself on being honest about the food it serves, who would have thunk it! With natural ingredients and no preservatives, they make their own delicious bread and bake it there all day! This eaterie also serves a wide range of options such as pizzas, breakfast, salads and more. With their healthy options being so inclusive you will definitley have something to chow down on.

Another brilliant thing about this place is that you can share a meal with somebody and you can order takeout or breakfast to go without worrying about how healthy it is. So next time you are in a rush, stop by Honest to Goodness and grab a bite, you’ll be glad you did!

Find out more here – http://www.honesttogoodness.ie/

5. The Greenhouse – 21 Dawson Street, Dublin 2

The Greenhouse - 21 Dawson Street

If you want the ultimate dining experience, this is the restaurant for you. After cooking for a whole week, everybody wants a break and they still want to be healthy. The Greenhouse have a four course and six course menu which is made up of only the best ingredients and plenty of healthy options.

No more worrying about the dishes. Winning a Michelin star in 2016, there is no way you can be disappointed here. We would advise that you book ahead as this is one of the most popular places for cleating eating in Dublin!

Find out more here – https://www.thegreenhouserestaurant.ie/home.php

6. Ely Wine Bar – 22 Ely Place, Dublin 2

ely-wine-bars

The food from the Ely Wine Bar comes from their own organic family farm in Burren Co. Clare. They are also known for their wine which they choose because it is “true to their origin”.

There are plenty of wholesome options to choose from for breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner. Including, some festive options for the months ahead. So book now to enjoy that weekly meal and you can treat yourself with a glass of their beautiful wine too.

Find out more here – http://www.elywinebar.ie/

So now that you have six restaurants for some clean eating in Dublin, you can pop in when doing the Christmas shopping or take that well deserved break you have been waiting for. If you find yourself in another part of the country with a hankering for more clean eating, check out our guides for MeathGalway and Cork too.

Zuzanna Piasek
Passionate about all things creative including food and hoping to spread a few good messages. I believe the most important thing you’ll ever do is stay true to yourself, so be free and be you!

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Six Of the Best Restaurant’s for Clean Eating in Dublin
November 26, 2017 (No Comments) by Zuzanna Piasek

We are back with another clean eating guide for all of you lovers of healthy food. This time we are going to check out six Dublin restaurant’s that will provide you with lots of nutritious nourishment when you are looking for a day off cooking but still want to be good.

Dublin city literally has hundreds of eateries to choose from so thanks to this guide, you won’t be tempted to walk into the first restaurant you see and eat all the bad stuff! So here we go, six of the best restaurant’s for healthy and clean eating in Dublin.

1. Cocu – Baggot Street, Dublin 4

cocu-restaurant

Cocu provides a divine dining experience with plenty of healthy options to choose from. You also know where everything on your plate comes from.  I’ll start off with their quality coffee which is roasted by Cloud Picker. Ireland’s first micro coffee roaster which they roast on Sheriff Street. The beans they roast are sourced from farms around the world that harvest and process the coffee to its highest standards. So you know you are getting a quality cup of coffee here.

Their fish come from Wrights of Marino and where possible are Irish. Bread is baked at Arun Bakery in Smithfield and there are gluten free options here too. You can also enjoy cold pressed juices and kombucha here. So head on over and I’m sure you won’t be disappointed with the fabulous array of options presented to you.

Find out more here – http://www.cocu.ie/

2. Sprout and Co – Dawson Street, Dublin 2

sprout-co

This Dublin restaurant has a seasonally changing menu, using great Irish ingredients at its core. Using local ingredients they provide loads of healthy options. With restaurants in Ballsbridge, Lower Mount St and Dawson Street you have plenty of areas to choose from. One of the best things about this place is that you can order your food online which means you don’t have to wait around to receive your healthy and nutritious meal!

Satisfy yourself with salads, grain bowls and freshly pressed juices instantly. So get over there now or check out their cool app for more information.

Find out more here – https://www.sproutfoodco.com/

3. Póg – 32 Bachelors Walk, Dublin 1

pog

The food that is produced in Póg is some of the fresh you will find in the country. They do not work with any refined carbohydrates or sugar, simply because they don’t have to! Instead the salads served here are packed with greens, proteins, fresh vegetables and good fats. Most products served are low in fat, gluten free, low gi, low sugar and full of vitamins and minerals. All of this and it still somehow tastes delicious!

You can choose from a wide range of raw juices, smoothies, salads, wraps, soups, protein bowls, pancakes, coffee, acai bowls and paleo baked goods. You won’t be stuck here no matter what diet you are on. Visit Póg the next time you are looking for that healthy midweek lunch or dinner.

Find out more here – http://www.ifancyapog.ie/

4. Honest to Goodness – 12 Dame Court, Dublin 2

honest-to-goodness-cafe-pizzeria

Honest to Goodness prides itself on being honest about the food it serves, who would have thunk it! With natural ingredients and no preservatives, they make their own delicious bread and bake it there all day! This eaterie also serves a wide range of options such as pizzas, breakfast, salads and more. With their healthy options being so inclusive you will definitley have something to chow down on.

Another brilliant thing about this place is that you can share a meal with somebody and you can order takeout or breakfast to go without worrying about how healthy it is. So next time you are in a rush, stop by Honest to Goodness and grab a bite, you’ll be glad you did!

Find out more here – http://www.honesttogoodness.ie/

5. The Greenhouse – 21 Dawson Street, Dublin 2

The Greenhouse - 21 Dawson Street

If you want the ultimate dining experience, this is the restaurant for you. After cooking for a whole week, everybody wants a break and they still want to be healthy. The Greenhouse have a four course and six course menu which is made up of only the best ingredients and plenty of healthy options.

No more worrying about the dishes. Winning a Michelin star in 2016, there is no way you can be disappointed here. We would advise that you book ahead as this is one of the most popular places for cleating eating in Dublin!

Find out more here – https://www.thegreenhouserestaurant.ie/home.php

6. Ely Wine Bar – 22 Ely Place, Dublin 2

ely-wine-bars

The food from the Ely Wine Bar comes from their own organic family farm in Burren Co. Clare. They are also known for their wine which they choose because it is “true to their origin”.

There are plenty of wholesome options to choose from for breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner. Including, some festive options for the months ahead. So book now to enjoy that weekly meal and you can treat yourself with a glass of their beautiful wine too.

Find out more here – http://www.elywinebar.ie/

So now that you have six restaurants for some clean eating in Dublin, you can pop in when doing the Christmas shopping or take that well deserved break you have been waiting for. If you find yourself in another part of the country with a hankering for more clean eating, check out our guides for MeathGalway and Cork too.

Zuzanna Piasek
Passionate about all things creative including food and hoping to spread a few good messages. I believe the most important thing you’ll ever do is stay true to yourself, so be free and be you!

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