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Published 20/03/2011 | 05:00

Copper & Spice:2 Cornmarket Row,Limerick,Co Limerick.Tel: (061) 313-620

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Style

A contemporary restaurant majoring in good Indian food but with a nod too to South-east Asia and Japan. Great range of vegetarian dishes. Branch at Annacotty

Price

Mains, €11-€24; early bird, €18/€21

Try

Podina chicken marinated in coriander, mint and yoghurt, and cooked in a tangy sauce

Wine

From €21.50

Spice Indian Restaurant

1st Floor Cunningham's Pub,

Main St,

Kildare Town,

Co Kildare.

Tel: (045) 520-455

Style

A new branch of Richard and Emma Lett's popular Wexford Indian restaurant. Contemporary decor mixes with authentic food of the subcontinent

Price

Mains, €13.95-€22.9; early bird, €22.95/€24.95

Try

Piri piri king prawn -- marinated in Goan-style chilli masala paste and cooked with onion, star anise, fresh curry leaves and coconut flakes

Wine

From €16.50

Govinda's

83 Middle Abbey Street,

Dublin 1.

Tel: (01) 872-7463

Style

Owned by registered charity ISKCON Ireland -- Hare Krishna -- Govinda's do really good, well-priced vegetarian food with an Indian flavour, as well as European comfort food, at their branches in Aungier Street, Merrion Row and Middle Abbey Street

Price

€3.25-€10.45

Try

Subji -- vegetables --with Basmati rice and dhal

Wine

Milk shakes and soft drinks

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