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Steps of Rome, Chatham St. (off Grafton st!) - Small super, cheap, italian place. Also do pizza slices to take away.  
 
Steps of Rome, Chatham St. (off Grafton st!) - Small super, cheap, italian place. Also do pizza slices to take away.  
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Layla - 31/32 Lower Pembroke St - Turkish food, they do some good and cheap lunches, mmm!
  
 
O'Reillys on Harcourt St. -  Does a good carvery.
 
O'Reillys on Harcourt St. -  Does a good carvery.

Revision as of 14:46, 26 September 2006

Stephen's Green

Wagamamas (recommendations: yaki soba, chicken katsu curry, fruit juice. Green tea is free!)

Steps of Rome, Chatham St. (off Grafton st!) - Small super, cheap, italian place. Also do pizza slices to take away.

Layla - 31/32 Lower Pembroke St - Turkish food, they do some good and cheap lunches, mmm!

O'Reillys on Harcourt St. - Does a good carvery.

Nostromo on Leeson St. - main course, desert, tea/coffee for 12.95.

Govinda's, Aungier St. (veggie place, but substantial, mild spicy, yummy. Get a "mix plate", bit of everything.)

Metro Cafe, Stephen's St.

Busyfeet, Stephen's St. (Cafe. recommendation: that sambo with brie & rye bread)

Cafe Sufi (Cafe, good food although expensive. Great chocolate cake, super chicken panini)

Bia Bar (recommendation: club combo)

Dandelion Cafe, Stephen's Green (recommendation: chicken wings)

Botticellis, Temple Bar (Small cafe / Ice cream place. Ice creams & Tiramisu are -great- there)

MiMo Cafe in the PowersCourt Townhouse. Nice for lunch.

Cafe Bar Deli, Grafton St, Georges St, Ranelagh. Cheap enough food of decent quality. Can fill up very quickly here.