Edinburgh Camile Thai: Award-winning restaurant chain opens in ‘ghost kitchen’


A popular Thai healthy takeaway chain has opened its first Scottish franchise – in an Edinburgh ghost kitchen.

Camile Thai, currently present in 46 restaurants across Britain and Ireland, will be managed by Tribe Kitchen in the city centre.

Edinburgh is the location of the award-winning restaurant chain’s 47th restaurant.

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Tribe Kitchen is an Edinburgh-based cloud kitchen operator and the first of its kind in Scotland to offer customers food from multiple brands in one order.

Camile is now the largest and fastest growing Thai restaurant chain in the UK and Ireland and plans to open 20 more outlets in 2022, across Scotland and Great Britain.



The restaurant uses only fresh ingredients in its dishes which are then prepared to order by a team of chefs.

Founded by serial entrepreneur Brody Sweeney in Dublin in 2010, the restaurant uses only fresh ingredients in its dishes which are then cooked to order by a team of chefs.

Ready to continue its international growth, Camile Thai is the first European takeaway brand to develop 100% compostable packaging and to be delivered by drone. It also offers an extensive vegan menu.

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