Vegetarian guide to Dublin.....
Vegetarian restaurants :
* Juice, South Great Georges St
* Cornucopia, Wicklow St.
* Fresh, Top floor, Powerscourt Shopping Centre
* Govindas, Aungier St.
Also: Yamamori on South Great Georges St do a great tofu steak for anyone wanting to find out what all this tofu business is about!
Oriental food stores:
* Oriental Emporium,
South Great Georges St
* Asia Market, Drury St.
There are also stores on Moore St.
Health Food Stores:
* The Hopsack, Swan Shopping Centre, Rathmines
* Nourish (the General Helath Food Store)
- Liffey St.
- GPO Arcade
- Rathfarnham S.C.
- Nutgrove S.C.
- Santry S.C.
* Natures Way,
- Stephen’s Green S.C.
* Down to Earth, South Great Georges St
* The Health Store
- Castle S.C. (Swords) - Blanchardstown S.C. - The Square, Tallaght
* Dublin food Co-op
St Andrews Resource Centre,
Open from 9.30 to 3.00 Saturdays. You can get yearly membership for 20 euro or pay a once-off visitors fee of 2 euro – the prices here are generally cheaper than health food stores and you can also get fresh organic fruit and veg which can be quite cheap if the stuff is home-grown.
* Temple Bar Market,
Meeting House Square
www.vegsoc.org – website of the U.K. Vegetarian Society. Very well done, with loads of information and support for those just embarking on the vegetarian adventure.
www.vegkitchen.com – lots and lots of nutritional information and easy to prepare recipes here
www.fatfree.com – this site has an archive of almost 5000 low-fat vegetarian recipes, along with a link to the US nutritional database, where you can type in any foodstuff and see what it contains!
www.vegetarian.ie – Website of the Irish Vegetarian Society.