A great vegetarian restaurant on Wicklow Street in Dublin city centre, just off Grafton Street, the upmarket shopping district. Standard fare is vegetable quiche, lentil bake, pasta, brown rice, vegetable curry, sometimes more unusual dishes like stuffed aubergine, and a choice of lots of raw and cooked salads. The prices are a little high, but you get lots of good food, and they have a hefty rent to pay because of their location.
Cornucopia is also a good place to go if you like meeting or watching interesting people, because, understandably, they tend to gravitate to the few places in town where good, healthy food is served at a non-exorbitant price. Some of them are intelligent and intriguing, some are crazy, and some are just normal people who wandered into a nice place for a while and look around in slight bemusement, not sure exactly why there seems to be so much awareness in the air along with the food smells.