Dublin’s best curries: Where to find the city’s tastiest takeaways

This weekend, we’re craving a good curry at one of Dublin’s great takeaways.

And we’re spoiled for choice when it comes to curries in Dublin. From Thai green curries to spicy Indian entrees, the flavor and spice doesn’t get much more exciting than this.

We have therefore selected for you a nice list of the best curries in Dublin. Your taste buds can thank us later.

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Namaste India

Namaste India in Smithfield specializes in authentic Tandoori and Balti cuisine and has been doing so in Dublin 7 since 1999.

It’s located close to Smithfield Square and can be ordered online, with a menu of dishes such as Chicken Shashlik, Chilli Masala, Kumbi and Garlic Curry.

Kerala cuisine

Kerala Kitchen is by far one of Dublin’s most popular Indian takeaways with restaurants in Stoneybatter and Baggot Street.

The menu consists of deliciously spiced dishes such as biryani, chicken and lamb curries and tandoori dishes.

It is available to order online.

Kerala cuisine, Dublin


Diwali is located on George’s Street and is a great takeaway option as well as a delicious dining experience.

Expect delicious Indian dishes such as Korma, Tikka Masala, Rogan Josh and Jalfrezi.

Camille Thai

Camile Thai, with restaurants all over Dublin and Ireland, is perhaps one of the most popular Thai restaurants in the country.

Its range of curries, which you can order through the website or on Just Eat, includes Green Curry, Masaman, Chu Chee and Panang.

Camille Thai


You’ll find Pickle on Camden Street serving some of Dublin’s favorite Indian dishes, from Kashmiri fish curry to Dhaniwal Korma guinea fowl and Pickle’s Chicken Biryani.

Pickle is available to order through the restaurant’s website and on Deliveroo.

Kathmandu cuisine

Authentic Nepalese cuisine is what to expect from Kathmandu Kitchen, which is located on Dame Street and Malahide.

Their range of curries is quite extensive and some are quite spicy which makes for a wonderful dining experience for those who prefer something a little hot.

Food in Kathmandu Kitchen, Dublin
Kathmandu cuisine

Saint Sab

San Saab is located in Clontarf and Drumcondra, serving some of the best Thai food.

Expect red, green and yellow curry as well as Choo Chee and Panang.

You can order it here.

Bombay Pantry

Bombay Pantry has takeaway restaurants all over Dublin in places such as Ashtown, Clonskeagh, Rathmines, Walkinstown and Fairview, and serve delicious curries.

Bombay Pantry is available to order here.


Having won Best Chinese Dish at the Just Eat National Takeaway Awards this year, you know you’ll have a great time ordering Lemon Tree.

Their range of curry platters, which you can order online, are great value and taste damn good.

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