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Food / January 10, 2022

Walkinstown’s Cluck Chicken Truck launches new burger club

Image via Cluck Chicken Truck's Instagram
Food / January 10, 2022

Walkinstown’s Cluck Chicken Truck launches new burger club

Words: Eva O’Beirne

The exclusive Cluck Burger Club will be kicking off from February 2022.

Founded in 2020, the Dublin 12 branch of the chicken takeaway stall is expanding its services again, this time with a new members-only food experience. Each month, a new burger will be developed by Chef Ian Ussher and some very special guests to thrill your taste buds.

If you are ‘clucky’ enough to grab a membership of the club you will receive one speciality burger for free every month.
You can also purchase one additional burger for 5 euro for any week of that month.

Cluck Chicken Truck has hinted that collaborations with Mark Moriarty, Crossy, Kai Galway and much more are in the works. Sounds tasty to us.

Membership costs 20 euro per year and opens on January 17 at 10am. Only 50 memberships are available, so its first come, first served.

You can register for membership though the Cluck Chicken Truck’s Instagram page.

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