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Blazing Salads is the perfect place for a quick, healthy lunch. It's also a good place to come for a pick-me-up snack during a busy shopping day. While here, take time to check out the Powerscourt Townhouse, which is a beautiful building with a wide range of shopping opportunities. The Powerscourt features funky boutique shops and great scenery for people-watching.
42 Drury Street, Dublin, Republic of Ireland, D02 T210
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"Quick and Healthy"
Blazing Salads is the perfect place for a quick, healthy lunch. It's also a good place to come for a pick-me-up snack during a busy shopping day. While here, take time to check out the Powerscourt Townhouse, which is a beautiful building with a wide range of shopping opportunities. The Powerscourt features funky boutique shops and great scenery for people-watching.
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42 Drury Street
Dublin, Republic of Ireland, D02 T210
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Set in a modern space, San Lorenzo’s is a New York-style Italian restaurant that is known for making its own bread, homemade pastas and an array of ice creams. Though the menu is seasonal, patrons can expect delicacies like Grilled Goats’ Cheese Bruschetta, Pan-Fried Gambas and Carne di Cervo Pasta while desserts include tantalizing delicacies like Buttermilk Salt Caramel Panna Cotta and Pecan Pie. Made from fresh ingredients, the food can also be paired with wines and cocktails. Not only does the expansive venue and separate menus make the restaurant suitable for groups, but it also a great ideas for couples as well as those who are simply looking for a quick business lunch. However, the best time to visit is between 5p to 6:30p when patrons can enjoy a special early bird menu.

Le Petit Parisien is a delicatessen, bakery and café that recreates the charm of a 1920s establishment. While the prices are reasonable, the interior decor is that of a luxury dining restaurant. Crystal chandeliers and ornate lamps throw light over printed wallpapers, vintage artworks, old-styled wooden furniture and shimmering mirrors. It is frequented by academics, philosophers, poets and artists and the atmosphere is vibrant with intelligent conversation. The menu features yoghurt with honey, blueberry pancakes, almond croissants, fruit scones and Rooibos tea. It also offers seafood and chicken dishes for lunch, along with a selection of cheese platters and coffees.

The Metro Cafe, located on South William Street, calls Temple Bar area its home. The trendy cafe has an eclectic menu to offer, that includes a range of breakfast preparations such as sandwiches, croissants and a lot more, along with a good selection of hot and cold coffees and teas. Fresh local ingredients and simple, uncomplicated cooking blends well to make this cafe quite the local hit. The service is nice and friendly while the prices are delightfully low; drop in for the most important meal of day!

KC Peaches is the venture of Katie Cantwell and Vincent Carroll. This is the third outpost of this chain on Dame Street. Relish their nutritious and wholesome food that are equally delicious. These include dishes like Gourmet Breakfast Roll, Lorraine, Smoked Salmon Bagel, Italian Stallion Salad, Kerry Choice, Hummer, Moroccan Platter and Vegetarian Platter. Don't forget to try their yummy desserts such as Chocolate and Orange Muffins, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Cranberry Scone and Lemon Bar.

Opened in 2005, Chez Max - Palace Street is a quaint restaurant reminiscent of a French cafe. Its easy to fall in love with its cozy and intimate interiors accentuated by dark wooden accents, wall frames and light fixtures. While the the cute garden is a nice spot for alfresco dining. Their menu comprises of all day breakfast, lunch and dinner. Savor their dishes like Croustillant de Crabe et sa Mousse d’Artichaut (Crab and Artichoke Mousse in crispy Filo Pastry), Boeuf Bourguignon, Moules Frites, Steak Frites and Bavette Frites. Complement your meal with wine.

A big warehouse space, this informal restaurant attracts a diverse crowd due to its location in Temple Bar. Watch out for the overhead wires that are used to send orders to the kitchen - apparently this is how department stores in the 1950s originally operated! The food at the Bad Ass is filling and simple, with a huge variety on the menu, including pizzas, burgers, chicken salad and nachos. The restaurant also does special menus for students, vegetarians, kids and tourists. All in all, the Bad Ass is good, cheap and cheerful.

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