Blazing Salads is one of my favourite places to get a takeaway lunch in Dublin city centre: it has a wide range of interesting salads, and you can fill a takeaway box with them for about €7. Unlike many other Irish salad bars, it doesn’t just rely on coleslaw and potato salad and other unfortunate substances drowned in mayonnaise – instead, you can get stuff like tabouleh, shoyu noodles, carrot with toasted almond, toasted nuts and seeds. The range doesn’t change all that often, but it’s always reliable.
While in there the other day, I noticed that they have a few decent lunch offers on:
- Soup, pizza slice and organic bread combi – €5.95
- Soup, multigrain or rye sandwich, organic bread – €7.15
- Soup, pitta sandwich and organic bread combi – €6.90
It does all seem a bit heavy on the bread; it would be nice to see a soup and salad combo. But they do always have a wide selection of healthy wholegrain and rye varieties. Have you tried the lunch offers at Blazing Salads?