+353 1 6777583
19 & 20 Wicklow Street, Dublin 2
Cornucopia recently won Restaurant of the Year 2011 in the Dublin Living Awards, which was voted for by the people of Dublin. Open since 1986, we are a vibrant wholefood vegetarian restaurant that produces fresh, tasty & healthy dishes.
Our delicious and varied menu which caters for a variety of tastes and diets- vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, sugar free, coeliac & raw/living; or simply for anyone seeking quality home produced and well crafted food. Our soups, salads, main courses, breads & desserts are made in-house by our skilled chefs. Cornucopias renowned vegetarian breakfasts are served from 8.30am – 12 noon. We offer freshly pressed juices & beverages ranging from wheatgrass to delicious organic wines & Fairtrade coffees. Thursday – Saturday we have live music from 7.30pm - 9.30pm. Our award winning cookbook ‘Cornucopia at Home’ is beautifully illustrated and contains an array of recipes and stories. We are now launching a full catering by collection service and are working towards opening two new floors of our stunning Georgian building for further dining & arts events.
Really nice food here. They cater to a lot of special dietary requirements which is great for me as I'm vegan.Unfortunately, a lot of the dishes contain dairy but there are still always a few choices for me there. I think it is a Little expensive but the servings are huge!Would recommend:)Posted 20:48 | Sat 14th Aug 2010
Great vegetarian food, but sometimes lack flavour, go there once to often and everything begins to taste the same...But still nice! The only other problem is the tiny restaurant can get really crowded, but it's more a testament to the lovely food!Posted 14:57 | Tue 17th Aug 2010
Best of luck to Cornucopia in the Dublin Living Awards! www.dublinlivingawards.iePosted 15:07 | Thu 6th Oct 2011
Cornucopia on 19 Wicklow street is the best vegetarian food you could ask for in the capital. Whether you are a veggie or not, their gorgeous main courses (choice of 5) and salads (choice of ten) are bound to satisfy even a meat-eaters taste buds. Having turned veggie 2 years ago, I was delighted to find a place that has TASTY veggie food..... not just tomatoe pasta or mushroom risotto which get a bit sickening after a while! Every time I go I try a different main course and haven't been disappointed yet! Would highly recommend it. Its guilt free, tasty and healthy comfort food! great atmosphere in there too whether you are stopping in to get a take out or dining in the restaurant which is always buzzing in the evenings.Posted 11:44 | Mon 16th Aug 2010
Love it, such a great selection and not too expensive for the giant portions they give youPosted 02:17 | Wed 20th Apr 2011
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