Dublin’s Best Indian Restaurants
Dublin might not quite be London in terms of Indian food but we’ve got some very decent options out there. From Indian street food to fine-dining, here is a selection of Dublin’s best Indian restaurants.
Ananda is situated in Dundrum Town Center and serves modern Indian cuisine at its best. The dining room with a contemporary design is warm, bright and spacious. In this multi-award winning restaurant you experience Indian style fine dining which is full of colour and flavours. For something different try the tasting menu priced at €50: perfect as a birthday treat for any Indian food lovers.
Ananda, Sandyford Road, Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin 14
Madina on Mary Street is one of Dublin’s best Indian gems on the Northside. The extensive menu features a wide range of traditional curries, kebab rolls, delicious dosas, breads and many vegetarian options. This is a simple eatery, the décor is basic but the food is good, portions generous and reasonably priced. Madina also does food available to take-away.
Madina, 60 Mary Street, Dublin 1
Indie Dhaba is hidden away just off Grafton Street, located in a modern building off South Anne Street. The concept is quite different from everywhere else as Indie Dhaba serves Indian tapas. Great if you’d like to share food with your dining companions. Small plates range from €6.50 to €10.90 while the Dhaba plates are bigger and a little higher in terms of prices. You can also find main dishes such as tandoori chicken or chicken tikka masala if you don’t fancy sharing.
Indie Dhaba, 21-26 Annes Lane, South Anne Street, Dublin 2
Diwali is conveniently located in the heart of Dublin city centre on South Great Georges Street. Diwali is an Indian and Nepalese restaurant with a vast menu on offer. If you’re looking for an unfussy Indian restaurant with friendly service Diwali hits the spot for your next curry fix. The lunch menu comes in at just €9.99 for two courses, perfect if you’re having a lunch break around the area.
Diwali, Unit 1, Castle House, South Great Georges St, Dublin 2
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Originally from France, Ketty Elisabeth is a food blogger and food tour guide based in Dublin. Her blog ‘French Foodie in Dublin’ is an online diary of her food experiences in the Irish capital. From quirky cafes to fine dining, Ketty loves eating her way around Dublin and sharing her tips on her blog.