Food and drink
Dublin is full of Thai restaurants but this is one of the best, with a Vietnamese influence. All the old reliables are there (green and red curry, pad thai) and you won’t be disappointed. The wine menu is well priced, with most at 20 euros or less. Oh, did I mention the excellent cocktails?!
Try the phad kraprow....it's hot, hot, hot and yummy.
It’s a relaxed and social restaurant, and the mood spills into one of revelry at weekends. This isn’t the place for a quiet, reserved dinner that’s for sure, especially not on a Thursday or Friday night.
It's hit and miss, depending on the day of the week, the time of day, or the group that squeezed in before you.
Behind the [node:119875] and Grafton Street, on Clarendon Street.
The three-course lunch from noon-6pm every day for 20 euros is brilliant value. If you’re with a group, the 30 euro for three courses option is equally fantastic value. There’s a bargain menu for kids too.
Tables to book
The window tables or tables by the wall give you the most space.
There's a Saba To Go takeaway in Rathmines, Dublin 6, where you can also buy wine to take home.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- First-time travellers
- Stag / hen parties
- People watching