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Karuna’s Kitchen, Temple Bar Farmer’s Market, Meeting House Square, Dublin 2, Ireland

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What: A busy stand selling warm veggie and vegan snacks at the Temple Bar Farmer’s Market, Saturdays 10am-5pm

Prices: €2.50 for veggie spring rolls, €2.50 for veggie samosas, spicy koftas €2.50 Other veggie snacks for similar price. Take away veggie dinner for €5.

Vegetarian menu: All the food here is vegetarian and some is vegan.

Service: Friendly.

Was the food good? Yes. The vegan samosa was well spiced. The filling is a puree, which I prefer to chunky veg. The blue cheese croquettes are also very nice. Chutney is available for each snack. The spanakopita is also worthwhile. The veg dinner is also quite tasty. It’s rice with a choice of two Indian type dishes (or you can get a mix). You can eat it standing at a table in the market (lot’s of people do but I don’t find it comfortable) or take it home.

Toilets: Not applicable.

My advice to the chef: Maybe consider a samosa with chunky veg for those who prefer that to the mushy filling? Keep up the good work!

My advice to the manager: Consider opening in the city centre every day.

Overall: An excellent option for a veggie snack (or take-away) while out and about on Saturday.

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