Having won the award last year, Son of A Bun' 2019 entry includes a cheese and onion potato pie, two 3oz patties both topped with cheddar cheese, curry sauce, mushy peas and garlic mayo in a brioche bun.
The Chipper burger is available from today at Son of a Bun’s MacCurtain Street restaurant.
BurgerFest runs from January 28 until February 3 and includes a week full of events, tastings and demonstrations at restaurants all over Ireland. It will conclude with a competition to determine the best burger in Ireland and in each county.
Speaking about BurgerFest 2019, in association with Ballymaloe Foods, Ernest Cantillon, of Bar Electric and co-founder of FSTVLR who organise the festival said: "As a venue owner myself I know that, rather than drawing in crowds, festivals often take people away from the pubs and restaurants."
"What we want to do is to bring the festival to the venues and drive footfall for them, as well as putting on a great event for the public. Our business model is low cost and low risk, and has proved to be hugely successful."
Participation costs €95 per venue, with each venue free to decide how to celebrate their burgers.
Venus can sign up here.