Are you in Dublin, starving, but not in the mood for dressing up and going to a fancy restaurant? Or maybe you are in self catering accommodation and are too lazy to do any cooking? Well, Dublin has hundreds of fast food outlets, the usual names like McDonald’s, super Max, Eddie Rockets and many more. But if you want the best in Takeaway food here are our suggestions for the Five Top Takeaways in Dublin:
Leo Burdocks Fish & Chips
Dubliners have been enjoying Leo Burdocks Fish and Chips in Werburg Street for decades. This is so popular that there is always a queue for what is described as a ‘great oul feed’. It known for huge portions of the fresh fish and the tasty chips and has survived competition from the big brand names.
Leo Burdocks has expanded an can now be found in other locations around Dublin including Dundrum, Liffey Street, Rathmines, Phibsborough, Tallaght, and Temple Bar.
Visit Leo Burdock website.
This is another Fish & Chips takeaway which has endured the test of time having been established in 1913.
The restaurant in O’Connell Street is a landmark which looks out on the Spire in the center of Dublin. This restaurant is both a take away and a sit down restaurant. Fresh fish is delivered daily from their depot in Howth and they have a wide variety of dishes including cod and chips, haddock and chips, scampi, whiting and much more. This is a really popular take away where you can get a really filling meal at a reasonable price.
Beshoffs also have restaurants in Howth and Mespil Road near Baggot Street.
Visit Beshoffs website.
Bunsen on Wexford Street is where you get authentic, American-style hamburgers with real beef, cheese and toppings. Every burger is cooked to order – no pre-made stuff – using Aberdeen Angus beef, oozy cheese, a soft bun and crunchy fries.
This is the real deal. There is no wide range of fancy sauces, side dishes or other distractions. Just pure burgers an chips.
And it is the only place in Dublin where you can order your burger like your steak – rare, medium or well done as you fancy.
Visit Bunsen website.
Jo’burger is situated in Rathmines on the south side of Dublin. This is another superior burger joint which cooks its burgers to order. As well as beef burgers there is also chicken and a vegetarian option.
Here there is a huge range of toppings and sauces including peach curry, beetroot & horseradish, chipotle, pineapple and balsamic relish and numerous other combinations, side salads an sauces.
You can choose to eat in or take away. There is another branch at 4/5 Castle Market in the city centre.
See their full menu at www.joburger.ie.
This is a great Thai takeaway outlet that has gained in popularity since opening in 2009. Located in Ballsbridge and has since opened another restaurant in Rathgar.
Kanum only uses Irish meat and vegetables (subject to availability) in its 80 dishes. There is a huge range of authentic Thai dishes, including beef, pork, chicken, prawn or vegetarian in various degrees of hotness ranging from very mild to sizzling hot. Noodles or rice are available as well as chips.
Kanum have opened another restaurant in Rathgar recently.
Visit Kanum Thai website.
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