Ananda Restaurant

Award-winning restaurant combines Indian cooking with fine-dining and masterful presentation at Ananda Restaurant, Dublin

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Our Review of Ananda Restaurant

Ananda restaurant needs little introduction, this Dublin restaurant has done much to raise the profile of Indian food in Ireland.

It is a sister premises to the Jaipur restaurants - owned by Asheesh Dewan. At Ananda restaurant, they created a modern sense of India in the centre of Dublin City. Everything is cooked under the terms of fine dining, underlined by a deep and broad understanding of India’s generic cooking and taste combinations.

Dining space is full of the colours of India at Ananda’s restaurant. Rich spice decor and Indian artefacts bring this vibrant country into the dining room. All the favourites are on the menu, cooked and presented like you've never seen them before. A glass wall into the kitchen enables diners to see the chefs at work.

Ananda restaurant’s cooking combines fresh Irish ingredients with expert spicing and seasoning, and a touch of daring experimentation. The result is a new experience in visual contrasts and exotic flavours. All waiting staff have an air of grace and elegance. Professionalism underpins the floor service, which is why Ananda tempts its regulars back time and again. Indian beer plus wines compliment the food here.

A super spot for any occasion, Ananda restaurant is the perfect place to eat whether you are looking for an intimate dinner for two or a venue to host a group celebration.

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