Flying Squirrel is fermented, unlike many other kinds of vegan cheese, says owner Colm Farrell. It gives the cheese its tangy aged taste, he says.
In Glasnevin, a Market Stall Offers a Vegan Take on Nachos
My Goodness has evolved to sell vegan and gluten-free products, but always with an agenda – to test solutions to problems in the food business.
A New Vegan Café and Zero-Waste Shop in Rathmines
The founders of the Carrot’s Tail plan to offer plant-based versions of comfort food like meatball subs and mac and cheese from a café next to the old fire station.
An Old Chipper is Reborn as a Vegan Diner
On the southside of Victoria Quay, customers in this cosy hideaway can pick from a menu of fast-food classics, cooked up about a foot and a half away from where they sit.
A Baker Caters to Vegans Craving Cake
Lauren Redmond ditched journalism to make gooey sweet vegan cakes – caramels, sponges, and buns.
A Vegan Café Opens Up in The Coombe
The menu at the The Electric Vegan is a little different to the fare found in other vegan restaurants. You won’t find any soy, carrots, broccoli, or refined sugar here.
In a Portobello Alley, Vegan Food From a Truck
At Mark Senn’s new restaurant, try the Korean-style starter with an Ethiopian injera-based main, washed down with a pina-colada type mix.
The Vegans Are Coming
Is Dublin ready for them? At the end of the three months the question will be answered: can a fully-fledged vegan eatery survive here?