Only second visit this year. Nothing beats the taste of fish and chips eaten off paper. The portions are generous and fish is top quality. No wonder it’s so popular.
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They were nice with us at the beggining. But after paying they started to laugh at our accent and asked us to talk in english when we were complaining because of their attitude. I know nobody cares because everyone goes drunk there and food is...More
NEVER EAT HERE! November 27, 2017 - First time to Ireland and went to the Temple Bar area and had a great time. Researched Leo's online and made plans to eat their at the end of the evening. When I walked in Leo's there was...More
After a day of rugby at Aviva and music at Vicar St , we needed some sustenance before heading home. Hadn’t eaten here for a long long time. Fresh cod and chips ,a bit greasy and expensive at 10.25€ Totally unnecessary to charge 50 cent...More
I was told to make sure I ate at Leo Burdock's while in Dublin, so imagine my delight when I realized it was across the street and less than a block away from my Air B and B apartment! I grabbed fish and chips for...More
Not as good as I expected. It could be because we were the only people there & the fish was done a while ago. The portions are big. You are better off ordering 2 fish & 1 chip.
I could not eat my portion of cod and chips along with mushy peas. This was authentic and was stps away from my hotel. It will be on my must visit list if I find myself back in Dublin.
We stopped here for lunch after visiting Christ Church Cathedral. Ordered two fish and chips and it was too much food for two people. It was rather expensive but a lot of food for the money. Sauces cost extra. Was I thought a very good...More
I went here on a recommendation by our airport chauffeur as its one of the older fish shops around. It has apparently been visited by numerous people of fame. I found the food disappointing and very bland. The fish had a very thick batter which...More