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Gourmet Burger Kitchen boasts of multiple locations in Ireland. This Dublin branch resembles a typical fast food joint with light snacks, inexpensive prices and long takeaway queues. The menu includes Caesar salad, home-cooked onion rings, blue cheese slaw and Cajun chicken. Guests can relish unusual burgers such as Camemburger, Billy the Kid and Persian Lamb as well as the common Smoking Joe. This family-friendly restaurant also has a kid's menu and serves milkshakes in flavors like banana, chocolate and vanilla. The set meals are the best value-for-money option.
The Counter on Suffolk Street used only natural Irish Hereford beef for their burgers. Apart from their signature ones, you can also build your own burger by choosing the ingredients. Its industrial decor is complemented well by its minimalist design. Try their dishes like The Purist, Old School. Unique Veggie and Southwestern. Pair your meal with cold beer or wine.
Eddie Rocket's sports several diners around the city center. You will know exactly what you are getting as soon as you see the exterior because the premises resembles an accurate recreation of the classic 50s-style American diner. There are no surprises with the decor inside either, featuring red vinyl booths and a chrome diner counter, although the mini-jukeboxes beside each table are a nice addition - and they work too. Foodwise, burgers, fries, and shakes are all on offer here; it's messy, tasty food, and the portions are generous.
Shanahan's On the Green sits facing St. Stephens Green in an over 250-year-old Georgian house. This restaurant is expensive, beautifully decorated and classy. The food, based on Angus steaks and local seafood, is extravagant. But the steaks are a wonder and are almost worth the high prices. The wine list is exclusive and wide-ranging. The dining area is decorated with elegance. The Oval office bar in the basement is dedicated to presidents of America with Irish heritage and is filled with historical memorabilia. The gold level service is a treat; expect to have up to four different waiters serving you throughout the meal. The attention to detail is astounding. Shanahan's represents the finest in Dublin restaurants. - Gerry Coburn. Please contact the restaurant for exact open hours.
Bunsen serves humble yet classic burgers and they take the classic quotient to a new high by printing their menu on a business card! For once, it makes ordering a less cumbersome process and they don't believe in confusing patrons with too many choices. They just let their unpretentious, soft-bun, succulent meat and cheese topping infused burgers do the talking. So the next time you are wondering where to go for some decadent burgers then Bunsen can be a great idea.
Bobo's Gourmet Burgers, just as the name suggests in a fast food burger joint that proudly delights patrons with juicy burgers that use young heifer meat. They also serve some delicious sides to go with your burgers. The ambience here is very friendly and they are known for their generous servings. They also serve beer. It's a must visit place to try some fine burgers.