What can vegetarians eat in Ireland?

Are there vegetarian options in Ireland?

When it comes to eating vegetarian in here, Ireland is no different. Nearly every restaurant you’ll visit on your Vagabond or Driftwood tour will have at least one vegetarian option on the menu. Most places will offer a soup of the day; this is more often than not a vegetable soup.

Is it possible to be vegan in Ireland?

Ireland has been ranked as one of the top countries in the world for interest in veganism and plant-based diets, a new report has revealed.

How many vegetarians are in Ireland?


Country Vegetarians (% of population) Approx. no. of individuals
Ireland 4.3% – 8.4% 153,500
Israel 13% 1,046,000
Italy 8.9% 5,340,000
Jamaica 10% 280,000

Is Dublin vegan friendly?

The Irish capital topped the list of global cities. It may come as a bit of a surprise but according to luxury travel company Hayes & Jarvis, the Irish capital tops a global list of vegan-friendly restaurants.

How many vegetarians are in Ireland 2020?

Changing diets

Bord Bia estimates that 8% of the Irish population are now vegetarian, while 2% are vegan. However, an increasing number are ‘flexitarian’, meaning that they limit the amount of meat or dairy products in their diet.

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