A new restaurant will be giving away free lunches on its opening day next week. LEON, which deals in "naturally healthy fast food" opens its doors in Dublin on May 15th. The menu is based around Mediterranean cuisine, and will offer food such as; The LOVe Burger, Brazilian Black Bean, Moroccan Meatballs, The Original Salad and the Chicken Aioli Wrap.
The first 100 customers that visit the restaurant from 12 noon will receive their lunch for free. Customers can expect to get their food within 30 seconds. The restaurant's first location is 17 Crown Alley in Temple Bar.
Managing director of LEON Stuart Fitzgerald said;
"The need for an offering like LEON is so evident, somewhere that will offer vegan, gluten free and vegetarian options at a reasonable price. We can’t wait to meet all our new customers in the cultural hub of the capital, Temple Bar on 15 May."
Hailed by London Times restaurant critic Giles Coren as “the future of fast food”, LEON is growing at a rate of about 15 new locations a year. It announced plans to open at least 50 sites between 2016 and 2020 and has a longer-term goal of having 500 restaurants up and running by 2026.
Make sure you get there early there's sure to be a queue around the corner.