I couldn’t recommend this place highly enough!! The food was incredible and the staff were super helpful when I asked about low calorie options !!
Great tasting quality food
Large great tasting burrito but a lot of rice and poor of meat, good value for money, staff not so friendly
Great, as usual. This is one of the best places to get your burrito. Their slow cooked beef is just awesome and so is the chicken. It is much tastier and very filling. Better than boojum anytime. They have a nice ambience and spacious seating for large groups. With a cheerful staff to top it off, its always the best experience. More...
Iván Castilla Jiménez
Burritos enormes y buenísimos, salsas de varios niveles de pique y los nachos impresionantes. Recomendable 100%
I love just the basic bean and cheese burrito. 5 euro. Very nice. I don't know why, but this Pablo Picante tastes better than the one on Aston Quay, but similar to the one on Dawson street. Anyhow, its very good and tastes similar to the stuffs I've eaten before. I think it's the refried beans. I think this might be unpopular to say, but I've tried just about every Mexican restaurant around city centre and this chain is probably the best - just not the one on Aston Quay. More...
Came to Dublin for the weekend and this place was a highlight. Best burrito I've ever had, very reasonable and the staff were really lovely too!
Renee Shipwash McCarthy
OMG I sooooo needed this!! I miss proper Hispanic food! Muy deliciouso! Muchas gracious! ❤️❤️ Now, if you could just open a burrito bar down in Cork, that would be fantastic!!
Incredibly delicious food with the best service from the lovely girls who work there, i really appreciate and strongly recommend that place! Thank you so much
My go-to place for lunch if i want ridiculously delicious food, super picante classico burrito bowl every time,mouths watering just writing this :)
Visited on Sunday evening before a show. The food was AMAZING, so fresh and tasty and the service was second to none. We’ll definitely be back...!!
Best Burritos in Dublin and so far in the world .. The vibe is amazing .. They have students' offer .. I love the location in the heart of the temple bar .. Prices are ok .. Definitely going to Pablo again someday . More...
Unbelievable Burrito experience! Out of all the burrito restaurants in Dublin I’d recommend this over any other � Staff were extremely friendly and helpful �
Great helpful staff. Good for eating on a budget (which you will be after a night out in dublin; ) ) a couple of options for veggies like me . They're burritos have character instead of the step by step system most places go for now days. Loved the decor :) More...
Luis Felipe Reyes
Excellent place, great atmosphere, a really friendly staff, very reasonable prices, and the most important thing... food is so good, best burritos I had eaten out of México. I highly recommend you to eat here, you won't be disappointed. I'm having another one before I leave Dublin. #burritosparatodos More...
Red Glenard Bolger
Best dam food in dublin... Ended up here twice yesterday. The food is deadly the drinks selection is deadly and the staff are super sound...
The new Aston Quay location is fantastic. Very slick design, huge windows out onto the Quays. Good sound/acoustics and music (Fugazi was played when I was in), and of course top a quality burrito as allways
Shane Patrick Feeney
Great selection of burritos and varying options to customise the way you love them. Can get a little spicy for those hardcore lovers of heat! Happy that I can get a decent beer with the burrito! More...
Áine Niamh Amelia Dempsey
Went in to Pablo's at 20:45 tonight (15 mins before closing) because my boyfriend has never had the pleasure of having their burritos! I ordered and made a comment that their creamosa makes them the best! The lady behind the counter put extra on my burrito and gave us a little takeaway pot! It's those nice touches along with amazing food that makes them the best burrito bar in Dublin. Around the corner you have burritos and blues and it's not fit for human consumption �
Boojum is crazy overrated! Pablo Picante is the best burrito in Dublin and it always has been More...
I've been to a lot of Mexican food places and the best burrito that I've tried is undoubtedly in Pablo Picante. The food is flavouful and the place is good value for money.
I'd suggest that staff pay more attention when preparing food because occasionally burritos fall apart when you go to eat them. Besides this, everything else is very good. More...
Best Burritos in town obsessed and I would recommend The Mexicali Mine burrito heaven I’ve went from heaven to hell in a good way
Best burrito I've had in Dublin, and some of the nicest staff I have met. This place is completely underrated, the quality of their meat and just the whole experience in general blows boojum and burritos and blues out of the water !
Our new go to for burritos in the city ❤️ More...
Always go for the Chili Con Carne Burrito with the Cremosa sauce. By far the tastiest burrito in town imho. Quality ingredients and best value burrito too. Delicious.
Pablo Picante is a casual Mexican restaurant on Aston Quay. It's not the best Mexican food I've had in Dublin, but it's pretty good. They have a nice selection of burritos, which you can have like normal or in a bowl minus the wrap, and tortas (big sandwiches). There are several meat options, and a couple of veggie friendly options (not sure about vegan though), as well as some gluten free/paleo stuff. They even have some health(ier) food options, but if you're getting a burrito just go hard or go home. They have several choices of salsas from mild to super spicy. I usually get the medio, which is like a slightly spicier version of pico de gallo. The portions are pretty big and I never leave hungry.Why I like stopping into Pablo's is they're one of the few restaurants in Dublin (that I know of) that has A&W root beer and cream soda. I'm from Canada (though Americans will also relate) and finding root beer in Ireland (even in just a store) is really hard and/or expensive. Okay well the A&W stuff (and vanilla Coke) is pricier here than regular minerals, but sometimes you gotta treat yo self. Of course there are lots of other drink options including a few beers as well. I don't know if I'd go out of my way to get here, but if I'm in the area I'll stop in. More...
Love their vegetarian burrito! I got mine custom made cuz the lady at the counter put loads of pepper and not more, I added on lettuce, onion, olives etc. Their spicy sauce is unbeatable!
De très bons burritos pour pas cher (6€50 avec une boisson pour les étudiants), en plein Temple bar dans une ambiance marrante et sympa. Le personnel mexicain est très gentil. On a un assez large choix en termes de burritos, mais on peu aussi prendre tacos ou nachos, que je n'ai pas encore testés. C'était une réussite. More...
Stumbled across this place first night in Temple Bar. Ordered quesadillas with jalapenos. Fell in love. Went there 2 more nights in a row. These guys are burrito GODS. Also had a painting of Donald Trump calling him DIABLO. You really can't go wrong here. More...
Best burritos in Dublin! I went for the spiciest sauce and was not disappointed, I could hear fire alarms ringing in my ears whilst I devoured the tasty Mexican treat. I love to make burritos and tacos myself and these rival my infamous homemade ones. The decor is cool and the staff are super friendly, will def be back! More...
La mejor parte de los burritos es ponerle salsa picante.. Me siento en Mexico, los mejores burritos de Irlanda sin duda !!
I love it! Pricing is fair, Seating area can be a bit crowded at times but its just because of the size of the place. Defo recommended.
I give them 4 stars because the food was okay, and the establishment is pretty cool on the inside (extra star power earned there) but they don't get 5 stars because the burrito really is kind of average compared to the Little Ass Burrito Bar and Tuzo's. It's sort of - lacking something. I did just get whatever the regular beef burrito was with a side of guacamole and I was there extremely late - you could say drunk food late. I'm not saying don't go to this place, it has a "hang out" type of atmosphere and like I said cool decor and the hours it is open in Temple Bar might make it convenient, but if you're specifically on a search for the best burrito place in Dublin I would suggest trying one of the other restaurants I mentioned. More...
suitable for vegetarian, I kindly suggest victorio verde. it's super!
Nice place on temple bar street. I had the simple cheese quesadillas (sorry if i spelled it wrong). good value for 4€, it came with guacamole and some creme-tomato dip.
I cannot get enough of this place.Ever since the wonderful Burrito Blowout, I have been craving some Pablo's. Unfortunately I'm not in town anywhere near enough to sample the delights this place has to offer.The burritos are absolutely HUGE. They weigh about the same as a small baby, but taste twice as good. (That was a joke, I do not endorse cannibalism in any way) There are many options to choose from and every one I have tried so far has been a magical experience for my tastebuds. My only grievance is that the burritos don't hold together well. not a big deal seeing as they come in a little wooden bowl, you can always cut up the remaining bits and eat them. My husband is a big fan of hot hot hot, which Pablo's is a little lacking in. However, a few Spanish words later and they'll give you something to really talk about.Smashing spot. Both of them are. Highly recommended if you're starving and only have a tenner in your pocket. More...
Los burritos son muy buenos y aún no me decido cual de las salsas me gusta más, tienen para los amantes del picante y para los que no tanto.... Y cuando me quiero cuidar lo mejor de Pablo Picante es la ENSALADA DE POLLO! Es súper sabrosa y con tanto pollo que me cuesta encontrar la lechuga y no al revés! Me encantaaaa!Excelente locación y buen servicio, de verdad lo recomiendo. More...
Pablo Picante was Dublin's first Burrito joint and they just opened a third location in the middle of Temple Bar. Seems to prove that there is a lot of Burrito potential in Dublin's fair city! The burritos are big, the meat is tasty, and the salsas range from natural to super spicy. Unlike the location at Clarendon Market they have different sorts of salsa available on each table (big plus!) - if you feel the need to add extra spice to your burrito then this is for you. The store is not too big but they managed to put in seating for about 20+ people which makes it a cozy and rather intimite burrito experience. This store is definitely a good addition to the Pablo Picante family. I'll be back! More...
Ate at Pablo Picante for the second time today, but it was my first visit to this location. Temple Bar can be overwhelming with tourists, but the entrance for Pablo's is easy to find.The service is courteous and friendly- great work!The food tasty and fresh!It is crowded seating, so not a place I would want to be in with a que.Nice food though! More...
I have been to this location three times so far, and the service has always been very friendly and fairly fast, even though they seem to be perpetually busy. Pablo's is home to what may be my favorite burrito anywhere, US and UK included: the beefy barbacoa. I was really amazed at how stuffed it was with tender, very flavorful beef. The only thing that keeps me from giving them five stars is their tortilla chips, which taste like they came from a Tesco bag. I was hoping for something a bit fresher, but no big deal, the chips are still decent, and I'm there for the burrito. I'll be back this weekend :) More...
Very nice restaurant, once you walk in there is a very unique, very authentic feeling ranch vide to the place.The staff are friendly, they're informative, they helped us pick how spicy a sauce we wanted, they recommended things and pointed out any special offers that they had.There is a set menu of burritos of different meats in different flavors ranging from pork, chicken, beef, vegetarian, very decent selection.I ordered the " burrito barbecua ", The burrito was very tasty I got their spiciest sauce which was quite spicy but very nice if you are a lover of spicy food. The shredded beef in the burrito was very flavorful had a nice taste to it but it could've used a little more sauce or smoky flavor to it.The value was good we got two burritos and two sodas for €12. The size of the Burrito was quite good and you would certainly be filled after eating one.My biggest complaint would be that the gents was a disgrace it was gross. More...
I got the veggie burrito with the spinach tortilla. The sauce was gorgeous and the tortilla was also very yum. :P
It's probably the most centrally located and convenient burrito place in Dublin. Right in temple bar and close to everything. My go to place when I'm in the area. I have been to all of the Pablo Picantes and I like this one the best. The food itself tends to be the same in all three.Their burritos are excellent, although I prefer to be able to say what goes in my burrito rather than picking from the set menu they use in Pablo's.The last time I was here was to grab my burrito for the Burrito Blow Out thing. This one time, my pork, which is my burrito meat of choice, I thought was a little dry. It did however satisfy my hunger.I went for the hottest salsa on the menu because I am not only after Dublin's best burrito, but also the most satisfying burn. Not so much I can't taste the burrito, just enough to hurt but heighten the senses and give me that chilli high. More...
This was a great experience while in Dublin. Coming from Los Angeles where there is Mexican food everywhere, this was definitely the best burrito I've tried. I need my fix!! haha
Unassuming and confident, there is no-one standing outside this little burrito bar trying to lure you in (unlike most of the other establishments in Temple Bar). So, when you do decide to walk in, you are not entirely sure what to expect. A cheery teller, who is happy to recommend a burrito if you are befuddled by the clever menu, greets you and efficiently brings you through the order. Considering she probably has to repeat the same explanation a hundred times a day, her patience is commendable.Having now eaten there twice, I would certainly recommend two burritos. Both the Beefy Barbacoa & the Sonny San Diego are delicious. The slow-cooked beef of the Beefy Barbacoa really hits the spot and is melt-in-your-mouth tender. Likewise, the delicious marinaded chicken in the Sonny San Diego is just perfect. The flavors are nicely balanced and the ingredients seem relatively fresh.Being wary of things too spicy myself, I chose the mildest sauce on both occasions but I would suggest being brave. Fortunately they have a good guide as to how spicy the sauce will be, so you know what to expect. Lastly, there is a student offer, so that always helps!So with food receive a nice big green tick, the ambiance and service awaits review As a music buff, I must say the playlist was wonderful while I was there. Likewise, the service was spot-on. AS the burritos are wonderfully filling, I was unable to finish them. Carefully wrapping the remains up in tin foil to taste later, I was promptly presented with a carrier bag and napkins - they had notice my need without me so much as me glancing in their direction. Fair play.So, praises aside, this is the first of many burrito bars that I will try, so the bar may be set higher yet.Read my review blog here: doingdub.blogspot.com More...
this is my favorite restaurant in dublin!before i moved to ireland, i wouldn't consider myself a fan of mexican food but that has CERTAINLY changed. i force everyone who visits me to try it out at this joint. (:the staff's SUPER friendly & whenever i try to struggle through ordering in my high school Spanish, they more than welcome it, yay!i'm a student & they have an excellent student deal (monday-friday), where you get your choice of..i think it's like 6-7 burritos and a beverage of your choice (bottle of water or can of soda-pop) for €6! without the student discount, i'm pretty sure a burrito costs between €4.50-6. they also have qusadillas although they're nowhere near as good as their burritos.now if you're like me...greedy..you'd be like ONE burrito? that ain't gonna stop my hunger.. but trust me, it will!oh & if you fear the salsa..like i do.. fear not, you pick your own & the mildest one is called cremosa & it's not spicy at all, i promise! in addition if you're a picky eater, like myself again, they also got ya covered because they are more than happy to remove things from the burrito if you're not a fan...like beans & cheese ... JUST SAYING!anyway i think i've gone on long enough, all i can say is TRY IT, you will NOT regret it!ps- if you're a vegetarian, they have a special burrito, just for you. (: More...
Pablo's is the gold standard in Dublin. They have 7 salsa options, and they get very spicy if you like that. Not me though, I'm a salsa verde man!Most places in Dublin let you pick your own fillings, but Pablo's gives you a choice of burritos. This means you don't have to worry about whether pinto beans or black beans go better with your shredded pork.Their options are very tasty, which is great.I wish they served milk though, they're serving very spicy options, and there's never any solution to the problem...I've yet to notice any difference in quality between temple bar Pablo and baggot street Pablo, so give either a go, they're both great! More...
Popped into here today for a bit of lunch. The staff where friendly and fast however it wasn't that busy when I went in. I really like the layout of the place it was bright and airy, like most burrito bars it had benches but they where a bit more private than other places.The menu is a bit different than the other burrito bars, in that they had set burritos rather than a build your own most places do (I still think you can make your own if you want).I had a Sonny San Diego, which is roast chicken, rice, cheese and beans and a choice of salsa. In my wisdom I has the Super Picante, which is very hot and I didn't realise that I didn't order sour cream to help offset it. (there is a Centra nearby if you need to run to get milk!)All in all, a nice addition to Dublin's burrito scene in a great location that somehow doesn't have any burrito rivals! More...
A real budget-friendly mexico eatery. Their burrito with rosemary roasted veggies, feta cheese, beans and rice is just amazing. The staff always look happy and are very friendly, and best of all, it has a real Mexican authenticity about it. Spanish songs are always playing and they got various hot sauces on the tables. I highly recommend Pablo Picante if you're looking for a quick and cheap lunch yet delicious lunch! More...
I go to this place when I'm with my girlfriend as she doesn't like Boojum burritos. The food is tasty, wholesome and healthy. The cremosa salsa is delightful. I prefer the ambiance here to Boojum but the latter have larger burritos. They only accept student cards on weekdays so I've docked one star. More...
I have not have the chance to visit the other locations, but this place is delish!!So fresh.Make sure you add the green sauce found on the tables to each bite.Yum!