A fast food chain that prides itself on "honest, natural food" is coming to Dublin.
Leon, which originally opened in London in 2004 and has 61 locations worldwide, will be bringing their first outlet to Irish shores in Spring 2019.
Food from Leon is served in just 30 seconds, with a mission to "make it easier for everyone to eat and live well."
They say: "With a menu full of plants, fresh herbs, spices, good fats from olive oil, seeds, nuts and well sourced meat, LEON has been built on ingredients that are good for you, affordable and kind to the planet."
Sounds good to us!
The food is influenced by the Mediterranean diet and one third of their menu is vegan.
Breakfast items and lunch/dinner items can be found on the menu, and they also have kid's choices.
Breakfast includes a Smashed Avocado and Halloumi Muffins, Porridge or poached egg or bean pots.
For lunch/dinner you can enjoy Lebanese Mezze Salad, Korean Chicken Burger or a Vegan Sweet Potato Falafel Hot Box.
The first location is said to be in Dublin City Centre, which will then be followed by another outlet in Dundrum Town Centre.
The franchise hopes to have 20 locations in Ireland by 2023.
You can check out their story below.