Leo Burdock Famous Fish & Chips Since 1913

Our Story

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The Journey So Far...

Our story started in 1913 when Liberties residents Bella Burdock and husband Patrick opened the first Leo Burdocks in Christchurch, Dublin. Over the years, The Burdock family grew their business and opened many Leo Burdocks Fish & Chip shops around Dublin, such as the popularity of their food. From a young age, their son Leo was a regular face in the early morning Dublin fish markets, rising at 5 am most days to source the freshest catch. Travelling back by horse and cart with his haul, he would pick up fresh potatoes and coal for heating the Pans, a fuel used up until 1991 to cook the freshly prepared Fish and Chips, at this point they were the last chip shop in Ireland, possibly the world to use these coal-fired pans.

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A Dublin Icon

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Our secret has long been out, that Leo Burdock Fish & Chips is the best, attracting people far and wide. Leo Burdocks has enjoyed many thousands of international visitors to Dublin passing through our doors every day to appreciate what locals would describe as a ‘great oul feed’.

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