You've probably never wondered what food TDs and Senators eat to keep them going while running the country.
But Deliveroo is going to tell you anyway.
The food and beverage delivery app has revealed the orders it gets from politicians, civil servants and government workers in Dublin.
The information is based on orders to locations including Leinster House, where TDs and Senators offices are located.
It also includes Government Buildings; home to the office of the Taoiseach and the Department of Finance.
Government Deliveroo Favourites
According to the data, Boojum, the Mexican burrito bar on Kevin Street, is the most popular food choice for politicians and their civil servants.
Sprout, the Irish salad bar, is the second most popular restaurant to receive political orders.
Eddie Rocket’s and Nandos come in at numbers three and four.
Some of the slightly more exotic orders come from noodle and sushi bar Eatokyo in Temple Bar, which is fifth on the list.
Government Buildings and Departments That Order Most
- Leinster House, Kildare Street,
- Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Kildare Street
- Department of Finance, Government Buildings, Upper Merrion Street
- Department of Public Expenditure and Reform, Government Buildings, Upper Merrion Street
- Department of the Taoiseach, Government Buildings, Upper Merrion Street
Restaurants Most Ordered From
- Boojum - Kevin Street
- Sprout & Co - Baggot St
- Eddie Rocket's Diner - Dame St
- Nando's - St. Andrews Street
- Eatokyo – Temple Bar
- Leo Burdocks - Christchurch
- Five Guys – Georges St
- Little Ass Burrito Bar - Rathmines
- Camden Rotisserie – Camden Rotisserie
- Sano Pizza – Temple Bar
- Wagamama - South King St
- Boojum – Mespil Road
- KFC - Dublin Westmoreland Street
- Embassy Grill – Pembroke Road
- Keshk Café - Mespil Road
- Papa Johns - Westmoreland St
- Supermac's Westmoreland St
Dan Warne, Managing Director of Ireland and the UK, Deliveroo joked that:
"We’re very happy to be helping to feed the people involved in making important decisions for Ireland".
"We’re glad to be a small part of the bigger picture that’s helping to keep things running smoothly", he said.