We asked where's your favourite fish & chips? Who makes the best battered sausages? You voted, and the results are in... #LimerickLovesChips
Luigi's is the first food stop for lucky visitors arriving at Limerick's Colbert Train Station, and is a feast not to be missed! A Limerick institution, this is the go-to chipper for many locals, including the late Richard Harris! Owner Luigi recently shared the secret to making the perfect chips - watch here!
Luigi's Traditional Fish and Chips, 44/45 Parnell St., Limerick.
Donkey's is synonymous with chips in Limerick! Open for more than 70 years, it's fair to say they've mastered the art of making fish and chips. The paper the food comes wrapped in definitely makes them even tastier!
Donkey Ford's, 22 John's St., Limerick.
Eat in or take out, Enzo's has you covered! They always have the freshest chips and are located right in the city centre!
Enzo's Cafe, 60 William St., Limerick.
It's a big year for the Golden Grill as they celebrate 50 years in business! To mark the occasion the restaurant has had a full makeover but never fear, the food remains as tasty as ever!
Golden Grill, 8 William St., Limerick.
There's always a friendly face and tasty chips waiting to greet you in Rio's! The family run business is expanding across Limerick with three locations!
Rio's, The Orchard's, Castletroy | Ennis Road | Parnell St., Limerick.