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10 delicious lunches in Dublin for less than €5

Short on cash? We have put together a list of ten great places to get a filling lunch in Dublin for around a fiver.
Feb 11th 2016, 12:15 PM 35,292 23

FULL DISCLOSURE: SOME of these lunches are *exactly* €5. But the point is, you can walk into all these places clutching a crisp fiver and emerge with a satisfying meal – usually plus change.

1. Oxmantown

Their salad boxes are only €5, and their soups are just €3.50. Menu here

2. Fumbally

You can get their scrambled eggs, avocado on toast, falafel wrap or soup for just €5. Menu here

3. Burritos & Blues

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You can get the Diet Burrito in Burritos & Blues every day for €4.15. On Mondays you can buy any burrito on the menu for just €5. You could also get salsa fries for just €3.75. Menu here

4. Ray’s Pizza

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You get a slice of pizza, chips and a drink for under a fiver, Ray’s Pizza has two locations, one in Temple Bar and one on Harcourt Road where you can avail of this meal deal. Menu here

5. Stir Crazy

You can get a noodle or rice dish for €4.95 with a range of different sauces. Menu here

6. Credo

You can get a freshly baked slice of pizza from €3 or make your own for €3.75. You can get the pasta of the day for €5 or the soup of the day for €3.75. Menu here

7. Soup Dragon

Located on Capel Street you can get wraps, bagels and sandwiches for under €5. Menu here

8. K Chido Mexico

You can get a range of different things for under €5 . Menu here

9. Mamas Revenge

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You can get a value burrito for €4, quesadillas veggie and meat for €4.50, chilli con carnie or chilli beef nachos for €5. Veggie nachos are only €3.80. Menu here

10. Umi falafel

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You can get sandwiches from €4.50, you can also get soups served with bread for €4.50. Their salads are only €5. Menu here

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