The only things they serve are vegan burgers and fries… and that’s all they need to serve when it tastes that bloody good! We shared the Hot Chick and Magic Mushie (sharing helps eliminate food envy, dontchaknow), two portions of fries and garlic dip.
A burger and fries comes in a very modest €10 which can’t be argued with although, we would have paid extra for a larger portion of fries if I’m being fussy.
We ate inside The Belfry which owned the beer garden that Vurgerface was serving from, a fab dog-friendly pub with chill-but-buzzy little atmosphere.
Really friendly staff. We ordered at the pop-up and had the food brought to us in the bar.
Why I Liked it Enough to Share:
Here’s where I feel mean right now… Vurgerface’s residency in The Belfry has already finished (it was only two weeks long) BUT, they’re due to pop up in more locations around Dublin so I thought it vital to share them in this month’s food post regardless and encourage you to keep an eye on their Facebook page for their next pop-up location as they were without doubt the best vegi/vegan burgers I’ve ever had.
So full of flaour and held together really well (which is often the downfall of a vegi burger). A must-try if you can get your hands on one!
Any time you want a deadly meal at a deadly price really!