Old man Burdock has moved on and the place hasn't been the same since, but the hordes still join the inevitable queue at Dublin's famous hundred-year-old takeout fish-and-chips shop, right next door to the Lord Edward pub. You can't eat here, but why would you anyway, when you can sit in the gardens of St. Patrick's Cathedral a few minutes way. Fresh cod is a classic, and the battered sausage a particular Dublin favorite, but the real stars here are the long, thick, freshly
cut chips, which have a slightly smoky aftertaste. Look like a local and ask to season your chips with "crispy bits."