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Here's why Mullen's chipper is a Dundalk takeaway institution

And Drogheda. But mainly, spiritually, Dundalk.
Mar 25th 2016, 1:00 PM 5,135 1

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MULLEN’S TAKEAWAY in Dundalk is a beloved local institution.

It’s been serving up chips for more than four decades, earning a legion of dedicated fans in the process.

They also now have several branches, including fancy Blackrock and – whisper it – Drogheda, but the taawwwwwwn is their spiritual home.

Louth people in exile around the world pine for Mullens

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From Tipp…

… to Melbourne.

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They serve a wide and varied menu, but the specialty is the curry chip butty (with or without cheese)

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Their curry chip butties inspire fearsome urges.

But are also recognised as a serious undertaking.

After all, Mullens have been known to work romantic miracles

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Did we mention that they do this to the battered Mars Bars on Paddy’s Day?

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#Patriotic #WasItForThis #YesItWasForThis

When there was a fire in one outlet last September, there was ‘devastation’ in the town

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But people pulled together to get through.

They’ve also been known to get properly creative with their offerings. Remember the Hot Dog Burritos back in 2013?

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No? OK. Sure lookit.

And they’re a celebrity hangout. Check out Chloe from Geordie Shore, who appeared on their Facebook page as she was “in buying a kebab”

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She obviously read this headline in the Argus.

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In short: Mullen’s is forever. Who’s for chips?

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