You can’t get to Ireland (or the United Kingdom) without having some fish & chips. It’s unhealthy but good and it forms a solid base if you later want to have some drinks. The best-known location for fish & chips in Dublin, Ireland, is Leo Burdock – an eatery founded it in 1913. Its origins lie in the Christchurch area and it was opened by a couple from the working-class quarter the Liberties.
This working-class food can today also be consumed in the Temple bar area and in in Howth (Binn Éadair). They are very much proud of the many important personalities that came to eat there – this includes U2, Naomi Campbell and Bruce Springsteen. Inside the restaurant, there is a hall of fame for them.
Leo Burdock Temple Bar
4 Crown Alley
Dublin / Baile Átha Cliath
Ireland / Éire