Cornucopia Wholefoods

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19 Wicklow Street (at Grafton St), Dublin, Ireland, Dublin 2

Open since 1986, this is a casual dining wholefood vegetarian restaurant that caters for a variety of tastes and diets: vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, sugar free, coeliac, and raw. The soups, salads, main courses, breads, and desserts are made in-house. Offers freshly pressed juices & beverages ranging from wheatgrass to organic wine and fairtrade coffee. Breakfast is served til noon. Open Mon-Tue 8:30am-9:00pm, Wed-Sat 8:30am-10:00pm, Sun 12:00pm-9:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Western, Juice bar, Catering, Irish

153 Reviews

First Review by myboyfriendisdead

A delicious cornucopia of options - Edit

I've been to this place many times and it has never failed to deliver delicious food! But it's even better now, almost everything on their menu is now vegan (yay!) and they have frozen options to bring home for those days when you're lazy!

Pros: Loads of options , Delicious , Good price

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great food! - Edit

Lots of Vegan options!! Not inexpensive but worth it:)

Pros: cafeteria style, lots of options , friendly staff

Cons: pricey (but worth it)

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Wonderful vegan food and tea - Edit

There were multiple vegan options here. The soup and tofu wrap were great. And I had the best cup of tea on my entire
Visit to Ireland. I also got vegan soda bread to go. Yummy! Knocking off one star only because not everything is vegan. Also just 2 doors down from Nourish. :)

Pros: Tea, Soup, Bread

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Great find near Dublin Castle - Edit

We loved this place! So many vegan and vegetarian options! The food is served cafeteria style and it is well worth it if there is a wait. We had the vegan mushroom lasagna, white bean salad and ancient grain salad. There were plenty of soup, salad and entree options. It is a small space so it fills up quickly. The service was friendly and efficient.

Pros: Vegan options, Lots to choose from, Specials change daily

Cons: Can be a line, Small space

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Good food - Edit

Small restaurant with lots of diferent salads and dishes. It's not very cheap but it isn't expensive for what you get (You pay around 12 euros for a dish with 2 diferent salads, water included). Staff is friendly!

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Great Food, nice staff and chilled music - Edit

Totally worth it! Amazing vegan Food!

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delicious! - Edit

This place never disappoints!

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A Vegan in Dublin Must - Edit

This is my favorite vegan place in the world so far. The food is truly amazing. I recommend this restaurant to meat eaters, vegetarian and vegans. They serve good healthy portions.

A great choice of main and delicious choice of salads. Yum Yum

And the desserts are to die for.



Updated from previous review on 2017-09-07

Pros: They serve good healthy portions, They prices are affordable, Amazing selection of desserts

Cons: It may be hard to find a table

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Delicious food, but very noisy - Edit

They serve awesome food with plenty of vegan options, but when I was there it was chaotic, crowded and noisy. The staff was really nice and they even gave me a discount. It was the best food I ate in Dublin, so I would definitly go again.

Pros: many vegan options, delicious food, nice staff.

Cons: noisy

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vegan breakfast - Edit

I had a lovely breakfast here. I had the 5 items from the hot plate.

Pros: lots of vegan & vegetarian breakfast options,

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Went three times in three days - Edit

We spent three days in Dublin and went every day.

They have a rotating assortment of six main dishes that changes every day. All three days, five of the six were vegan. They also have a huge assortment of salads, baked goods, etc - 90% vegan, and 100% of those are terrific!

Pros: Great food quality, Many options - come again and again

Cons: Fewer vegan breakfast options

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Good food, huge portions - Edit

This is a buffet-style vegetarian restaurant with lots of vegan options. Dishes came with side salads and there was so much food we had leftovers for the next day. Very tasty.

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Best place - Edit

Ok first of all: BEST chocolate cake I have ever had. Still dreaming about it. Second: Fantastic, fresh, well spiced food. Third: The nicest staff!! Love this place, an absolute must visit in the city center. Don't be irritated by a long queue, moves quickly. Portions are big. Vegan comfort food at its best! They do have vegetarian options, which is good if you bring non-vegan friends (like I did). Wouldn't be necessary though!

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Excellent vegan food - Edit

When we first arrived there was a long queue but we decided to wait as we figured that, being so popular, it must be good. The queue moved very quickly, and within a few minutes we had our food. Everything is premade and on display, you just ask for what you want and the servers plate it up for you.

I had the vegan cannelloni (which comes with two salads of your choice), a glass of organic vegan red wine, and a slice of carrot cake. The servings are plentiful, and everything was delicious. I highly recommend the cannelloni, which was the best pasta dish that I've had while eating out.

Nearly everything here is vegan (including the soap in the bathroom), and there is a large chalkboard to tell you what everything is and what is vegan, gluten free, raw etc.

My main, cake, and glass of wine came to about €25 which, while not especially cheap, was more than reasonable considering the quality of the food, and the large servings.

I would definitely recommend this place to anyone who is in the area.

Pros: Excellent food, Fast service, Nice atmosphere

Cons: None

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Coasy café! - Edit

I ate there at night and it was a really coasy place. The staff were super friendly and we got a big plate of food. Lots of vegan options. It was a bit expensive. 13,95 for the food and 4 euros for the juice. Everything was fresh and tasty.

Pros: Lots of vegan options, Nice staff, Good food

Cons: Expensive

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Great vegan breakfast - Edit

Fruit salad with soy yogurt, porridge, vegan scones, and smoothies... that's a perfect breakfast spread for me. They also have juices but unfortunately most of them are in plastic bottles. Service was warm and cheerful. Enjoy!

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yummy - Edit

The main two salad plate is huge and delicious -- the salads are quite varied and very good. Raw carrot and avocado soup was amazing. All the desserts are vegan. Really nice place, homey and warm -- we ended up eating here two days in a row. Central location too.

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The best vegan food in town! - Edit

We ate at Cornucopia during our short stay in Dublin and were absolutely delighted! The restaurant is very centrally located and therefore a short walking distance from any of Dublin's main tourist attractions.
The menu changes every day and consists of soups, salads, a number of hot dishes, and varied desserts. When you walk in you get in line and order your meal cafeteria style and pay then. Their portions are very generous and the food beyond delicious. The menu is vegetarian, but extremely vegan friendly. There are even some raw options.
The menu is varied with options like curry, cannelloni, and shepherds pie. There is the option of getting a main dish and two salads for $13, which is a great value.
However, the highlight of our meal was dessert. The sweets selection at Cornucopia is overwhelming, but in a good way. We had their chocolate chip scone and blueberry scone, and these were the most delicious scones we have ever tried, vegan or otherwise. Our only regret was honestly not trying their raspberry cheesecake because they did not have it on the second day we went (their whole menu changes every day).
If you're vegan and you're in Dublin, you must try Cornucopia!

Pros: large portions, delicious desserts, varied menu

Cons: crowded at lunch time, too many good options

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Good eatery for vegans - Edit

I stopped by for lunch and appreciated the many and clearly-marked vegan options. The dishes looked really fresh and there was a good selection of salads, mains, desserts and drinks. I ordered a curry which was fine but way too acidic for my taste, but the side salad was very nice. I had a problem when paying with my credit card at first and the staff were very understanding - on the whole the space and service are a bit impersonal. I would definitely recommend this for its convenient location and good selection of vegan foods though.



Updated from previous review on 2017-06-20

Pros: convenient location, many vegan options, lunch offers

Cons: just slightly expensive for this type of eatery, a bit impersonal

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Lots of Good Vegetarian Food! - Edit

Everything looked delicious, making the decision process quite challenging. Once we did decide, we were served a LOT of food*! Our group of three left quite satisfied, and quite full.

* Be sure to bring a large appetite or be prepared to share.

Pros: Large portions, Fair prices, Variety

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Delicious - Edit

Lovely variety of starter, main courses and the Holy Grail of vegan dining out, desserts.

Pros: great selection , tasty food, quick service

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Lovely food - Edit

It is not 100% vegan, but the vegan dishes are amazing. Not small portions either, just about enough. The cakes and pies are also absolutely recommended!

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The place-where-to-eat in Dublin - Edit

Lots of delicious vegan choices, cakes and desserts are lovely too. Nice staff. Highly recommended!

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Delicious and a must visit if you're in Dublin - Edit

I was recently in Dublin on holiday and found this place after being recommended on tripadvisor. Probably the best place I went to for food in the entire time I was in Dublin.

I had a veggie filo pastry with stuffing and salad, while my friends had lasagne (veggie not vegan) and stews. All of us either cleared our plates completely or ate until we were completely full.

The salad selection was really impressive, with vegan options clearly marked.

Honestly such a cool place with a lovely atmosphere and delicious food.

Pros: Amazing food, Good selection, Pretty setting

Cons: A bit pricey, but Dublin is an expensive city

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Life savers! - Edit

Lucky enough to find this place on a stag, spent nearly the whole weekend there away from the lads lads lads. Delightful service with a relaxed canteen style approach but the food was truly stunning. Plenty of seating in a warm cafe-like environment, I'm just sad I couldn't take it back with me to the UK!

Pros: Perfect vibe , Brilliant grub

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delicious range of main courses and salads - Edit

You can choose from a range of excellent main courses or even select to combine from two of them. Most appeared to be vegan or otherwise vegetarian. You take your food to the till and pay up front. Nice relaxed atmosphere. Food was really delicious.

Pros: Excellent range of mains and salads, Relaxed and unfussy atmosphere, Truly delicious

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fabulous - Edit

AMAZING food and a huge vegan selection. Loved this place when I was in Dublin. It is a MUST, even non veggies will love it.

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