“Hard to resist ✭✭✭✭”
– Irish Independent Magazine
“A bright new addition.”
– Irish Times Magazine
“Excellent Food, great night out.”
My new favorite Asian restaurant in Dublin (in Ireland actually). The atmosphere is trendy-friendly with great attention to detail but the food makes this place! Fresh, light and very tasty.
I visited with a friend from North East Asia and she rated it the best Asian food of any type she has eaten in Ireland on her holiday, I have to agree and have already been back for a take home meal.
“Fantastic neighbourhood restaurant”
Visit this fantastic restaurant a few times a week for lunch, dinner or weekend brunch. As a vegetarian there is a fantastic selection to choose from. Current favourite is the Thai red curry with tofu. The eggs benedict ( veggie version) at weekends is the best I have ever hand. Atmosphere is brilliant very freindly and welcoming. Every time I go in there is a new addition to their cake/pastry selection and the smell of baking in the morning is mouthwatering.
“Great food, great value and great service”
Went to this place because I read the good reviews. We were 4 in total, wen went on Saturday for lunch and got 2 pad thai and 2 Singapore noodles from the brunch menu. Amazingly fresh, cheap (7.50 per dish) and service was good. Waitress was polite, not pushy at all. What a find I will surely go back!place is quite small so better to book like we did.
“Exquisite food in a fresh, quirky Thai-themed”
An ideal spot for breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner, this Thai-themed, zen retreat offers a wide range of tasty and nutritious, home-made meals. I went with some friends for brunch and ordered the French toast with bacon and blueberries which was just delicious. I usually rush straight for sauce and extra seasoning but anything extra would have ruined the already perfect meal. My friends ordered the Irish breakfast with varied requests; all of which were met with the pleasure of the delightfully friendly staff. I’m pretty sure that anything off the menu would have been just as pleasing. I spied some other attractive dinner dishes on my way out and could have easily went back for seconds! Needless to say I’ll be back for more.
“We kicked off with crispy aromatic duck – a deep-fried descendent of the venerable Peking duck. A quarter of what must have been a very plump bird, was fork-pronged into meaty shreds with crunchy caramelised edges, the meat was sweet and tender with a subtle hint of spice.”
“HX46 — Cafe and Pan Asian Casual Dining”, emblazoned on a smart, pale-grey shop front in a row of shops on Harold’s Cross Road in D6W, had me hitting the brakes for a better look. Stainless-steel garden tables outside, along with spiral box trees in chirpy…”