Veginity - Food Truck

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 6 reviews )

Eatyard, 9-10 South Richmond St., Saint Kevin's (at next-door to the Bernard Shaw pub), Dublin, Ireland

The second food truck from Veginity restaurant founder, Australian chef Mark Senn. Serves vegan fish and chips, donuts, and other comfort foods. Currently based mostly at the Eatyard but might be at other locations sometimes, so you can check the website or Facebook for details. There are several tables shared by all the food truck vendors and patrons in the Eatyard, but it may be hard to find a table during peak hours. Hours: Typically Thu-Sun 12 noon till 10pm (but may be closed or moved to different locations on certain days). Open Thu-Fri 12:00pm-10:00pm, Sat 5:00pm-10:00pm. Closed Sun-Wed.

Categories: Vegan, Organic, Fast food, Take-out, Fusion

6 Reviews

First Review by HoempaHoempa

Exceptional food truck - Edit

The Veginity Food Truck at the Eatyard is not your average food truck — it's a great mix of gourmet and comfort food. During our visit, the chef Mark Senn was on board turning out creative desserts and snacks along with the usual vegan fish and chips, and he was very friendly and helpful. Amazing to see such works of art coming out of a tiny food truck.

Since the Eatyard also hosts a number of other food trucks and only has a few tables, it was a challenge to find a table during peak dinner time, but we managed to squeeze two of us in. If you're looking for a relaxed sit-down meal, you might consider heading to the Veginity Restaruant instead, just about two blocks down the street (see the separate listing here on HappyCow).

Note that the food on offer here at the Veginity food truck is completely different from what's served at Veginity Restaurant, so you can visit both for a wider range of delicious options, as we did.


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As someone who grew up in the New England section of America, fish and chips were a Friday night ritual. I have yet to find a vegan version in America, so you can imagine how excited I was to accidentally run into the Veginity truck at a little pop-up food fair in Dublin. The fish and chips were perfect! Would have tried going to the restaurant, but it was unfortunately closed on the days we were in Dublin. Definitely a must to check-out when in Dublin!

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Proper plant-based fish and chips - Edit

At my visit to their stall at the eatyard, the plant-based fish and chips was the only option on the meny. Although it is the best fake fish and chips I've ever tasted, it was still to oily for me personally. The phish was slightly on the doughy side but the condiments, especially on the 'smoked' version, saved the day. I would happily return to try other dishes. Remember to save some room for dessert!

Pros: Fully vegan. , Satisfying portions. , Desserts.

Cons: Expensive for a simple fish and chips.

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Cool Cool Cool - Edit

We are at the Veginity food truck in the Eatyard and it was delicious hubby and I ordered the fried mashed plantains (tostones) with freshly made guacamole and the plant based fish and chips and it was delicious. But it was the desserts that crowned the day

Pros: excellent food, friendly service

Cons: if you were trying to avoid deep fried, your choic

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So good - Edit

I was really excited to jump on the bandwagon and try some "fish and chips". The food was on the greasy side, but that comes with the meal. I thought this was one of the best veganized versions on a meat staple I've had to date. Simple but tasty!

Pros: delicious, fun vibe

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Pleasant surprise - Edit

OK folks, finding this place must have been my greatest challenge in Dublin only to be mastered by getting banned for a punkband for wearing blue jeans and sneakers but that's another story.

Finally found it in a lively yard full of foodtrucks and small 'cantina's' and very happy to see a little queue before it was my turn. The young lady did a great job serving me fast sice I had built up an appetite since breakfast to have their famous 'fish and chips'.

Great taste, great structure, great sauce accompanied by nice fries and some seaweed on top. Greasy just the way I like it on a Saturday Night.

Pros: Friendly and fast staff, Great food

Cons: Little pricy but what the heck

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