The Burger King restaurant located on O’Connell Street in Dublin has a new state of the art look following its recent complete redesign.

The newly remodelled restaurant boasts more than 220 seats throughout two floors and provides a fresh feel for customers looking to have a great dining experience. The restaurant features a contemporary design throughout with bold colours, exposed brick style walls and a touch of the local area captured in murals of Dublin’s Custom House and the eye-catching Samuel Beckett Bridge, among others.

Andrew Trounce, General Manager for Burger King UK and Ireland, said: “We’re delighted that our flagship restaurant in Dublin has completed its remodel. The O’Connell Street restaurant has long been a favourite for Dubliners and with this new design they can satisfy their cravings for great burgers served in a modern, state of the art environment.”

A spokesperson for the OKR franchise, which owns the O’Connell Street restaurant, said: “We’re proud to provide our restaurant guests with this new look design. We’re been open for nearly 30 years, but with this redesign Burger King is now a real beacon on one of the busiest thoroughfares in Dublin. Our restaurant team are all looking forward to welcoming the people of Dublin to this great new home for the iconic Whooper sandwich. We also plan to implement this new design format in a number of our other Burger King restaurants in the near future.”