Where to Find the Best Burger in Dublin
You can get a burger in pretty much every pub or restaurant in this city but where should you go for the very best burger in Dublin? I've narrowed the search down to my top four burger restaurants:
The first Jo’Burger opened in Rathmines in 2007 and there is now also a Jo’Burger on Castle Market in Dublin’s city centre. Jo’Burger is the place of choice for the young and beautiful, hungry for a burger. Customers choose their bread, burger and filling to enjoy in a funky setting. The burgers are huge and can be a bit difficult to eat but even so, they are delicious. They have plenty of tasty fillings to choose from so there is always a good excuse to go back to try something you haven’t tasted yet. The choice of sides is quite extensive and salads are also available if you are on a bit of a health kick.
Jo’Burger, 4/5 Castle Market, Dublin 2
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Bunsen is the latest addition to the list of Dublin’s high-end burger joints and is fast becoming known as one the best. The menu is very short and actually fits on a business card sized menu: hamburger, double, cheeseburger, double cheeseburger, hand cut, shoestring or sweet potato fries. That’s it. The décor is simple with exposed copper piping and bare walls. The brioche buns are soft and fluffy and they use locally sourced ingredients to produce a high quality burger very similar to the ones you find in the states.
Bunsen, 36 Wexford Street, Dublin 2
Bobo’s Gourmet Burgers
If devouring a gourmet burger is your thing, Bobo’s have two locations that are perfect if you need some grub before, during or after a night out: Dame street and Wexford street. On Bobo’s menu you’ll find a vast array of burgers priced from €7.75 for ‘The plain Jane’ to €11.95 for ‘The Sex on the farm’ burger which makes it a very reasonably priced eatery. Try their juicy bacon cheeseburger which won’t disappoint and don’t be put off by the slightly tacky cow-themed décor!
Bobo’s Gourmet Burgers, 50-51 Dame Street, Dublin 2
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Gourmet Burger Kitchen
Gourmet Burger Kitchen is a franchise that originally started in New Zealand. They have three locations in Dublin’s city centre as well as other branches in the suburbs. It might not be as trendy as the other spots but it’s reasonably priced and they serve decent burgers. Blue cheese, avocado bacon, chicken satay and even camembert and cranberry burgers are some of the tasty bites you can order there. If you’re visiting with children you’ll be glad to know that there’s also a kids’ menu available.
Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Unit 1 Temple Square, Dublin 2
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Originally from France, Ketty Elisabeth is a food blogger and food tour guide based in Dublin. Her blog ‘French Foodie in Dublin’ is an online diary of her food experiences in the Irish capital. From quirky cafes to fine dining, Ketty loves eating her way around Dublin and sharing her tips on her blog.