CLOSED: Veginity Restaurant

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 8 reviews )



In the alley off of Richmond Place South, Portobello (at Rear 26 Richmond Street South Saint Kevin's), Dublin, Ireland, D2

A gourmet vegan restaurant founded by an Australian chef Mark Senn. A food truck has been parked indoors to create a unique restaurant with table service in an industrial-chic atmosphere, with the food truck serving as the open kitchen. Serves creative vegan cuisine, much of which is inspired by street food from around the world. Menu changes regularly, with each new menu featuring food from a different country (see website or Facebook page for updates). Look for the big green doors and the "V" sign. Confirmed closed with plans to relocate, Jan 2018 - please send updates. Closed Sun-Wed.

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

8 Reviews

First Review by RyanO'Regan

Veginity Restaurant is an instant fave! - Edit

Veginity is a very cool concept: a funky gourmet restaurant with tables set around a food truck that serves as an open kitchen. At this "permanent" location (unlike their mobile food truck), there is table service and a full menu, creating a friendly-fine-dining experience with a food-truck theme and industrial-chic ambience.

The menu changes regularly, and during our visit the theme was Chilean food. We ordered almost everything on the small menu and found all of it to be exquisite. Chef Mark Senn clearly knows his way around flavors and textures.

Service was very friendly and helpful and prices are reasonable considering the quality (cash only). Reservations are accepted for groups of five or more.

Note that they occasionally close to visit food festivals, etc., so you may want to call ahead (or check their website or Facebook page) before making the trip over.

Very highly recommended. Enjoy!

Updated from previous review on 2017-08-08

Pros: High-end creative cuisine from around the world, unique, funky, industrial-chic atmopshere, great service and reasonable prices

Cons: Open limited hours

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Lost my veginity here - Edit

Even though it was quite hard to find (only a green "V" sign on the door), it was very cozy little restaurant, with lovely staff and excellent food.
We went there on one of their themed nights (jamaican themed).
It wasn't too expensive (we shared the starter and the desert). The beautiful food was well worth the money!

Updated from previous review on 2017-07-21

Pros: tasty food, friendly staff, cozy ambience

Cons: hard to find

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Food Cart in a Warehouse - Edit

It is literally a food cart parked in a warehouse. The key to finding it is to look for the green door and the lighted green “V” out front. It may take some searching, but it is very mush worth the effort! The atmosphere feels exclusive, the food is unique and delicious, and the people are very friendly. The chef/owner heads we had questions about the food, so he brought out some ingredients to show us how he made the dishes.

Highly recommended!

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Lovely food truck! - Edit

The menu changes here each week and is always fantastic, it's posted on their facebook page beforehand, each week has a theme. It is run by a friendly Australian chef and a lovely woman, could eat here every day.

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Food was next level! I signed up to happy cow just to write a review. Proper vegan gourmet fine dining experience, really sweet people and great service. A bit hard to find (like everything in Dublin) but absolutely worth it! 5 Henya stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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What a cool place! - Edit

Both of the previous reviewers have really covered everything. This is a vegan pop-up food truck parked inside an old lock-up down a slightly dodgy-looking laneway off Richmond Street (the owner has helpfully chalked a large V on the kerb where you turn off the street) they have made it really funky and comfortable just with a lick of paint and some simple furnishings. The setting is cool and unique, and the food is very very good.
Well worth a look!

Pros: Very unusual setting , Interesting and varied vegan food , Friendly service

Cons: Only Friday and Saturday , May be hard to find?

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Hidden Gem, Great Dessert - Edit

We went the entire family, 2 adults, one toddler, and one dog. We were very welcome, young crowd. The main dish was Injera which we shared, it was good, but I had better Ethiopian food. The desserts were really the reason we were there, just amazing. Simply made, and you would never guess they are vegan. Too bad it operates only Fridays and Saturdays.

Pros: Desserts - Simple and Tasty!, All Vegan, Unique Experience

Cons: Weekend only, Backstreet garage - might be hard to find

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Great Service, Amazing Food - Edit

Went to check this place out with my girlfriend the other day. We make vegan tacos quite often ourselves, but the ones we had here blew us away. The staff was extremely friendly, and the atmosphere was wonderful. Highly recommend!

Pros: Friendly Service!, Great Food!, Cool Location!

Cons: A little out of the way (Down an alleyway; adds to, Limited Menu (It's a food truck--what do you expec, I honestly can't think of a third.

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