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Eddie Rocket's are now serving  brunch – and we could not be happier about it.

The fast food diner have just unveiled their new menu, with a host of delicious brunch options sure to make any millenials mouth water.

From pancake stacks to avocado toast, there really is something for everyone and with the most expensive dish coming in at €9.50, these tasty treats won't break the bank either.

The new options available include:

  • The Big Breakfast – €9.50

  • Belgian Chocolate & Almond Short Stack – €6.95

  • Bacon & Maple Short Stack – €6.95

  • Sourdough Avocado Toast With Bacon & Egg – €7.95

What's more, the restaurant have added a bacon and avocado chicken or beef burger as well as four new salads in a bid to entice health conscious diners.

They'll also be serving 'veggie frites', or carrot sticks, green beans and courgettes sticks lightly seasoned with garlic and chilli, if you will.

The brunch menu will be served until 4.00pm daily, but many of the other new additions are available all day. 

You can check out the full new Eddie Rocket's menu on their website now.


Your next road trip around the country is about to get an awful lot more delicious.

Topaz has announced that it will be bringing Rockets by Eddie Rockets to petrol stations around the country.

Oh yes, 40 forecourts nationwide will now feature one of our favourite fast food restaurants. The little sister of Eddie Rockets is going to be popping up at garages around the country over the next year.

Douglas in Co. Cork was the first location to include the burger joint. We’re only a little bit jealous.

Garages at Dublin Port and Brennanstown in Co. Wicklow will be serving some of the takeaway’s most famous dishes by the end of the year.

A further 15 Rockets are expected to open in 2016 and Topaz promise the "most innovative forecourt dining experience in Ireland" to their customers.

The chain is famous for their impressive array of burger choices (the M50 burger is seeming very fitting at this point), and customers are assured that their food will continue to be made fresh on site.

Attempting to eat a giant chicken fillet burger while navigating the M7 on Friday evening could prove to be treacherous indeed, so we are hoping that there might some on-site dining available.

There are promises of “unique and portable” salads, hotdogs, tenders and milkshakes.

This should be interesting indeed, and just when we thought Barack Obama Plaza had reached peak forecourt levels. Amazing.

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