Have you recently applied for a marriage visa to Ireland or a long stay visa to Ireland? Other than the administrative process, one of your major concerns might be if you can adapt to the cuisine there. You may be fond of Thai food and hope you can find local Thai cuisine when staying in Ireland. The good news is that you will not be disappointed. Here is quick list of some popular Thai restaurants in Ireland:
Thai Garden Restaurant
Located in Blanchardstown, Thai Garden Restaurant offers high quality authentic Thai cuisine in a warm and pleasant ambiance. You will be able to choose from an extensive menu of both regional and traditional Thai dishes, while enjoying genuine Thai hospitality. If you think you will be craving for more Thai food at your accommodation, there is a takeaway option as well.
Baan Thai Ballsbridge
Opened in 1998, the elegant Baan Thai Restaurant serves some of the best and most authentic Thai Cuisine in Ballsbridge. The restaurant is a family-owned restaurant and you can be sure that they are passionate about Thai food. Baan Thai can be easily reached from the city centre and is within a 10-minute walk from Sandymount DART Station or Lansdowne Road. Come on down and experience the true Thai dining experience, outside of Thailand!
At Thai Spice, you can dine as if you were in Thailand. Its smart menu allows you to order a meal all-in-one. You can be sure that each dish served is designed to contribute to a well-balanced diet. Be sure to give their mains a try, e.g. Pad Namprig Gang, Steamed Sea Bass, or everyone’s top favourite Pad Thai! Thai Spice is located at 3A Talbot Pl, Mountjoy, Dublin.
Established by brothers Niall and Marc Fitzharris along with their Uncle Michael Loftus, Kanum Thai is a family owned Irish establishment. Their head chef Suwit Rangjob has nearly three decades of experience in the field and uses only the freshest of ingredients. Some of the restaurant’s must-try signature dishes include steamed tofu and veg, black pepper chicken, and steamed chicken.
Siam Thai Restaurant
Head on down to Dundrum Town Centre to enjoy traditional Thai dishes. Decorated with Asian decorative touches and understated lighting, Siam Thai Restaurant has a reputation of serving remarkable and delicious Thai food. Their menu seamlessly fuses traditional, creative, and modern Thai styles of cooking.
Red Torch Ginger
Located at 15 St Andrew’s St, Red Torch Ginger is a contemporary Thai restaurant. The restaurant not only serves all of the favourite Thai dishes. Some of their dishes are originals and they have put a twist on some classics as well. Try their Ginger Prawn for lunch or Chiang Mai Noodles for dinner!
Chili Club is Dublin’s first Thai Restaurant. The small and intimate space serves delicious authentic Thai food. The kitchen is spearheaded by Head Chef Pornsak Wachum. A must-try dish at the Chili Club is its delectable green curry. Located in Anne’s lane, The Chili Club always ensure that their diners enjoy a pleasurable experience for both lunch and dinner.
Camile Thai Phibsborough
The highly trained chefs at Camile Thai Phibsborough uses locally sourced ingredients to create multi-award-winning Thai food. Apart from the classic Pad Thai, you can try more daring dishes such as the fiery Chu Chee curry. One of the cool things about the restaurant is that their sauces are made from scratch. No preservatives, all natural! What’s more, their dishes are cooked to order. This means that your dishes are piping hot when they reach you.
Ready to go to Ireland?
See? You will never feel homesick even if you are hundreds of miles away from home. You can still enjoy your favourite Thai dishes in Ireland. With the great range of Thai restaurants mentioned earlier, you can enjoy complete peace of mind when planning for your upcoming trip to Ireland. Need help applying an Ireland visa? At Key Visa Thailand, we have many years of experience helping Thai nationals apply for a wide variety of Ireland visas. Contact us to find out more about our highly dependable services.