Bóbó's Gourmet Irish Burgers (Dame Street) - Dublin
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Bóbó's Gourmet Irish Burgers have dreamt up a uniquely Irish version of a neighbourhood diner. They provide their own take on high-end fast food - grilling up big, juicy burgers made from top quality prime young heifer meat.
The produce is fresh and locally-sourced, the portions are generous. Choose from beef, pork, lamb, chicken, fish and vegetarian options - and would you like chubby or skinny chips with that? You also get a choice of locations, so be sure to pop into the Wexford Street original if you're in that neck of the woods.
Bóbó's provide a fun, friendly atmosphere with nostalgic diner-esque touches and variations on a peaceful green-fields-and-cows theme. So if you've got an itch that only a good burger can scratch, MOOOve rapidly in the direction of your nearest Bóbó's.
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