With Dublin being the capital of Ireland, it’s no surprise that a large portion of tourists arrive here to explore the busy city streets. Despite Dublin not being the largest county, it is absolutely packed with all different kinds of restaurants and eateries.
Considering how busy the streets of Dublin are at all times of the week, day or night, it can be a tough task to locate a good restaurant to find precisely what you’re looking for if you are a visitor in the city.
Everyone loves a burger, whether it is a beef burger smothered in cheese, a crispy chicken burger or a veggie burger, there is a burger for absolutely everyone, so when deciding where to eat in a new place, a burger restaurant is always a safe bet.
Seeing as Dublin is jam-packed with excellent burger joints, we have collected a list of the top 5 burger restaurants in Dublin to make the decision a little bit easier.
Jo’Burger is located in Rathmines, on Crane Lane, in Castle Market, in Smithfield, on Dame Street, and on South William Street. There is a lunch menu and a burger menu available.
The burger menu is excellently designed with a three-step guide. The first step involves choosing your meat which includes beef, chicken, lamb, grilled fish or a veggie burger.
All burgers are locally sourced Irish produce. Step two involves choosing your bread, and the third step involves selecting the style of burger including the dressings and sauces. After this, you can choose from a range of sides and drinks.
The burgers are reasonably priced for the quantity and quality and you are guaranteed a great burger at Jo’Burger.
Address: 4/5 Castle Market, Dublin 2, D02 NX85, Ireland
There are many different WOWburger restaurants in Dublin. You can find WOWburger in Wellington Quay at the Workman’s Club, Wicklow Street at Mary’s Bar, The Triangle Ranelagh, The Square Shopping Centre in Tallaght, Wexford Street, and The Foyer on Parnell Street.
Closing times vary depending on the location, however, all restaurants begin serving at 12 pm every day. The menu is not extremely extensive, however, this isn’t an issue when the food is terrific.
Available on the burger menu are the signature WOW cheeseburger, WOW hamburger and WOW bacon burger. These are also available in mini sizes. There is a range of sides and desserts available as well as a kids menu.
The prices are incredibly reasonable, and any extra toppings are free. The food is great quality and has been compared to more expensive gourmet burgers for a fraction of the price!
Address: 8 Wicklow St, Dublin 2, D02 AX90, Ireland
3. BoBo’s Burgers Restaurant
BoBo’s Burgers is located in 3 different locations in Dublin. You can find BoBo’s Burgers on Abbey Street, opened from Monday to Sunday, from 10 am to 10 pm.
BoBo’s Burgers is also located on Dame Street, open from Sunday to Thursday from 10 am to 10:30 pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 11:30 pm. Finally, you can also find BoBo’s Burgers on Wexford Street, opened from Sunday to Wednesday from 12 pm- 9:30 pm and Thursday to Saturday from 12 pm to 3:30 am.
BoBo’s Burgers first opened in 2006 on Wexford Street, and since then they have been serving the people of Dublin with delicious Irish gourmet burgers. BoBo’s 7oz burgers are made from 100% traceable Irish beef, lamb, fish and chicken, free range eggs and none of their food is frozen.
The menu is extensive, with a range of starters and salads available as well as a sizeable beef burger menu, pork, lamb and chicken burgers and even vegetarian options available.
There is also a kids menu available, and the prices are extremely reasonable for the quantity and quality of the burgers. BoBo’s burgers is definitely the place to visit if you want a great quality burger for a great price!
Address: 22 Wexford St, Dublin 2, D02 YW98, Ireland
2. Gourmet Burger Kitchen
Gourmet Burger Kitchen is located in Temple Bar, Liffey Valley, Swords, South Anne Street and South William Street. The Gourmet Burger Kitchen first began in London and now has 5 restaurants in Dublin serving locally sourced, grass fed, Irish beef along with fresh ingredients freshly combined every day to produce delicious gourmet burgers.
There is a broad range of burgers available including beef, chicken, and lamb options. There are salads, sides and sauces all freshly made every day and milkshakes and desserts also.
There is a ‘Bunless option’ also for a more healthy variation of the GBK burger as well as a brunch menu and a junior menu. The Gourmet Burger Kitchen offers the perfect Irish Gourmet Burger and with so many restaurants all over Dublin, it is the perfect location for a delicious burger.
Address: 1 Temple Bar, Dublin 2, D02 KA02, Ireland
1. Bunsen Burger
Bunsen Burger is located on South Anne Street, Wexford Street, in Ranelagh and in Temple Bar, as well as in Cork and Belfast. To the surprise of some, the menu is extremely limited with only the option of a hamburger, cheeseburger or a double burger served with a side of hand cut fries, shoestring fries or sweet potato fries.
The drinks menu is also limited to a soda, milkshake or a Bunsen lager. Although the menu may be small, the quality of the food surpasses all expectations.
You don’t need an extensive menu when the food is this good. The beef is 100% locally sources Irish beef minced fresh every morning, the burger buns are freshly baked every morning and the dressings are fresh, great quality, seasonal toppings.
Bunsen Burger is always absolutely packed, so if it’s a delicious, American-style burger you are looking for, Bunsen Burger is the place to go!
Address: 36 Wexford St, Dublin 2, D02 DY20, Ireland