LEON, the Naturally Fast Food Brand, will open its first Irish restaurant in Temple Bar tomorrow, May 15th.

LEON, which has 63 restaurants worldwide, has been brought to Ireland by Stuart Fitzgerald, Alan O’Neill and Brian McIntyre. The restaurant group specialises in food that is both sustainable and tasty, with some of their best-known options including the GFC gluten-free chicken nuggets, the vegan sweet potato falafel and the plant-based LOVe Burger.

The city has been waiting with bated breath for LEON to finally open the doors to its first Irish location, which can be found at 17 Crown Alley, Temple Bar. To celebrate the launch the first 100 customers through the door will receive a free lunch, with options including the famous LOVe Burger, Brazilian black bean, Moroccan meatballs, the original salad and chicken aioli wrap. The team are expecting to see some serious crowds tomorrow, so get down early if you want to enjoy some free, delicious food!

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Speaking about the new opening, managing director of LEON Ireland, Stuart Fitzgerald, commented:

“We are so excited to be opening the doors of the first LEON in Ireland, the wait will finally be over for everyone to try LEON’s Naturally Fast Food. We recently shot a promo video around Dublin city centre and the appetite from the public was fantastic. The Irish welcome is most definitely alive and well! The need for an offering like LEON is so evident, somewhere that will offer vegan, gluten-free and vegetarian options at a reasonable price. We can’t wait to meet all our new customers in the cultural hub of the capital, Temple Bar on the 15th of May.”

LEON will open the doors to their first Irish location at 17 Crown Alley, Temple Bar tomorrow at noon. Planning an opening day visit? Let us know in the comments below. 

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