3 Thais to Try

Thanks to most of the country having visited Thailand and raved about their culinary creations, Thai food has become really popular in Dublin in recent years. Here are my Top 3 to try.

Diep Noodle Bar Ranelagh or Diep at Home Ranelagh/Blackrock or Drumcondra

Diep, Ranelagh

A fond favourite of mine and my flatmates, the restaurant is lovely, atmospheric with great cocktails and the take-away is really good and very fresh. Sorts out a hangover very nicely! Expect to pay about €12-15 for a dish here. I can recommend, Phad Thai, Singapore Noodles or any of the curries. http://www.diep.net

Kanum, Mespil Rd or Orwell Rd.

A relative new-comer and cornering the lunch-time market is Kanum. The price is very reasonable, a lunch deal with a drink for less than €10. They also do take-away, very tasty. Try it and see! http://www.kanum.ie

Kanum Mespil Rd

Saba, Clarendon St.

Saba is the most up-market version of these three. I really like the interior design of the place and the food is excellent but it can be quite loud in there. I recommend the Duck Hoisin Pancakes to start, they’re the best I’ve had. http://www.sabadublin.com

Saba, Clarendon St.

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