Leo Burdock's Fish & Chips

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2 Werburgh Street, Dublin, Ireland

Leo Burdock's Fish & Chips Dublin Reviews

Liselore_Verschuren Liselore…
252 reviews
Can't be missed Jun 11, 2011
I’m very proud to say that my husband Rens and I (together with some other Trabuddies) were taken to Leo Burdock by one of the most famous famous Travbuddies: Francis Chambers!

Leo Burdock is a small hole in the wall that sells traditional fish and chips. Fish and chips is a popular take-away food in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. It consists of battered fish which is deep-fried and served with chips. The chips can’t be compared to the chips you get in The Netherlands and Belgium, the texture is weaker. Being a vegetarian, I get the curry fries and they are quite nice, Rens enjoys his chips and kippers.

Leo Burdock, which is also located at the Temple Bar is an excellent option for a quick a cheap meal!
At Leo Burdock (Dublin, Ireland)
At Leo Burdock (Dublin, Ireland)
At Leo Burdock (Dublin, Ireland)
At Leo Burdock (Dublin, Ireland)
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Africancrab says:
Another nice review. Nice photos
Posted on: Jan 21, 2012
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Vipin Vipin
691 reviews
Delicious fish and chips Oct 01, 2010
While looking for a decent place to eat, this fish and chips shop stood out from the crowd. I think it must be the most famous one in Dublin, as its boards mention a whole host of famous stars that have eaten there (for example, U2, Naomi Campbell and Sandra Bullock).

The fish and chips are very good here. Generous enough portions and there is some seating available inside too if you don’t want to wander off with your fried goods. For a meal, I paid about 5 Euros, which is a fairly standard price. The service is quick and no-fuss, and a comprehensive menu with prices is available to read above the sales counter.

Great fish and chips, worth visiting at least once if you are in Dublin.
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Africancrab says:
Nice review
Posted on: Jan 21, 2012
Vikram says:
Well written!
Posted on: Jun 14, 2011
Vipin says:
i agree!!
Posted on: Jun 14, 2011
Nico22 Nico22
5 reviews
Fish & Chips Paradise Jan 13, 2009
Looking for some killer Fish & Chips on your walking tour of Dublin's Medieval Quarter?

Stop into Leo Burdock's Fish & Chips spot. A whole slew of fish variations can be picked up at this place. No room other than to walk in, order and pay, but certainly have to be the best in town. Get the vinegar and salt seasonings-they are a must.

Grab your paper bag of goodness with drink in hand and cross the street to Dublin City Hall where there are benches and grass to enjoy your feast. The portions are by no means small, so share if you're not starving. This stuff will knock your socks off!

Friendly staff-I swear Leo himself was dancing to Kanye West as he packed up my fish. The line will go 1/2 way down the block if you're not careful. So time it right, and wait, because it's worth it!

Enjoy!
Mixed Fish & Chips
Cod & Chips
Yummy Yummy in my Tummy
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Africancrab says:
Nice review
Posted on: Jan 21, 2012

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