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Three to Try: Passage to India

Published 30/01/2011 | 05:00

Bistro Spice

  • Go To

101 Monkstown Road,

Monkstown,

Co Dublin

Tel: (01) 230-4555

Style

Kosi Moodley's little gem beside Goggin's pub in Monkstown has a devoted following. Delicious spicy food, platters, and great takeouts, from lamb malai to prawn bharta

Price

Mains, €16-€23; early-bird menu, Tues-Fri, €12-€19

Try

Coriander chicken platter -- pan-fried chicken cubes in a dry tempering of ginger, garlic, lemon and spinach Wine

BYO -- Bring your own wine or beer only. No corkage charge

Indian Curry Club

6 Sth William Street,

Dublin 2

Tel: (01) 677-6873

Style

Opposite the back door of Brown Thomas car park, ICC offers a wide selection of traditional Indian food at good prices. Great value lunchtime specials

Price

Mains, €13.90-€16.95; lunch, special one-course, €7.15, two-course, €9.95

Try

Jumbo prawn nebu -- spiced prawns cooked in a hot and sour sauce

Wine

From €14.95

Indian Brasserie

Castle House,

Main Street,

Rathfarnham,

Dublin 14

Tel: (01) 492-0260

Style

Recently taken over by Avinash Mohan and Deepak Sarath of Mantraa in Baggot St. IB promises dishes from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, Gujarat to Bengal and southern India Price

Mains, €14.95-€18.95

Try

Aad Chettinadu -- Tamil Nadu speciality of lamb cooked with roasted coconut, 12 aromatic spices and coconut milk

Wine

From €18

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