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Where To Get Your Burrito Fix In Dublin

Five places that serve up some of the best burritos in Dublin.

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Burritos have become a staple food for many people in the capital; they're a great option for lunch and are usually jam-packed with tasty fillings.

There are lots of places around the city that offer their own take on burritos, but we think these five places serve up some of the best burritos in Dublin. See our favourites below and let us know if you agree!

1. Azteca, Lord Edward Street

This Mexican joint has been serving up authentic food since 1999, making it one of the origin places for burritos in Dublin. Aiming to give Irish people a taste of real Mexican food, the family behind Azteca certainly know how to make a mean burrito. With a range of fillings, plus homemade tortillas, on offer, these burritos are always a good option.

Azteca burrito. Image from Azteca.
Azteca burrito. Image from Azteca.


2. Pablo Picante, multiple locations 

Pablo Picante is well-loved for its food by Dubliners. Everything is made in-house from scratch with a commitment to real, honest flavours. There is a serious range of options on the menu and if you're avoiding tortillas, the burrito in a bowl is a delicious alternative. With five locations around the city, there's sure to be one near you.

3. Salsa Authentic Mexican Food & Bar, Custom House Square

Working near the IFSC? Head to Salsa to try a super flavourful and fresh burrito. While all of the options are good, we love the different salsas that you can try to customise your burrito but beware of the Diablo blend – it will set your mouth on fire!

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Publiée par Salsa Authentic Mexican Food & Bar sur Samedi 3 novembre 2018

4. Boojum, multiple locations

Would any list about burritos in Dublin be complete without including Boojum? Not only are there locations all over Dublin, Boojum has spread across the whole country now, without outlets in Galway, Limerick, Derry, Cork and Belfast. Boojum is always a solid choice when you need your burrito fix, but try to get in before (or after) the lunch rush to avoid queues!

5. El Grito, Merchants Arch and Mountjoy Square

Did you read F&W contributor Aoife Carrigy's review of El Grito? Sounds like it's a great spot to visit for tacos and volcans, but we can also tell you that El Grito offers some of the best burritos in Dublin too. Jam-packed with flavour, these burritos are great for when you need a serious feed. 

Where do you like to get burritos in Dublin? Let us know in the comments below.