Every week at City Language School, we like to let our students know what’s happening across the city – places they can go to hang out, engage culturally and, above all, speak English.
This week we thought we’d take you to that great old Dublin institution – the chipper or fish ‘n chip shop. Here are three of the finest around.
Just a short stroll up the road from the school is Burdock’s; one of the country’s oldest chippers and still one of its finest. This Dublin ‘institution’ has been around for over 100 years and you might feel that you have been standing in the queue for the same length of time when you visit on a busy day. Stick it out though. It’s well worth it.
OK, so technically speaking Bray is not in Dublin but this chipper is well worth jumping on the DART for. The fact that there are great walks along the promenade and around the Bray Head nearby, makes it even more special. Expect long queues at weekends.
This old school Dublin chipper in Phibsborough has a unique charm.
There’s no frills here. Get in, order and eat your little heart out with lashings of vinegar and salt. Very popular with locals and we all know locals know best.
City Language School is right in the heart of Dublin City Centre. Dublin is the proud and vibrant capital of Ireland and with its cosmopolitan and modern feel, it has repeatedly been voted Europe’s friendliest city by Trip Advisor. Dublin boasts strong links with literature, music, dance and storytelling. As you walk through the streets of Temple Bar, you can absorb the musical tradition which spills onto the streets from the many bars and restaurants; truly a city of enormous beauty! Dublin is surrounded by breath-taking natural scenery that will leave you with lifelong memories. It is perfectly located on the eastern coastline of Ireland and is a convenient gateway to the rest of Europe.
We are conveniently located in the heart of Dublin on Dame Street, giving you easy access to the whole city of Dublin as well as bus and tram lines for you to get around.