Baan Thai



2 euro
Baan Thai
16 Merrion Road, Ballsbridge , Dublin 4 Dublin City
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Tel: +353 1 660 8833

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Thai furnishings and music make a comfortable setting for enjoying the Thai dishes offered on this vast menu
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Baan Thai

Delicious aromas and oriental music greet you as you climb the stairs to Lek and Eamon Lancaster's well-appointed first floor restaurant opposite the RDS.

This Dublin restaurants friendly staff, Thai furniture and woodcarvings create an authentic oriental feeling and intimate atmosphere - and, as many of the staff are Thai, it's almost like being in Thailand.

A wide-ranging menu includes various set meals that provide a useful introduction to the cuisine (or to speed up choices for groups) as well as an à la carte.

The essential fragrance and spiciness of Thai cuisine is very much in evidence throughout, and there's Thai beer as well as a fairly extensive wine list.

[*Also at: Leopardstown, 01 293 6996; Central Park Luas Station].

Seats 64 (private room, 24); children welcome; air con. L Wed-Fri only; set L €10, 1 course. D daily 6-11, (to 11.30pm Fri & Sat); set 3 course D €30. MasterCard, Visa, Laser. Closed 24-26 Dec. abbreviations
Last Updated: 24-04-2013
Author: Georgina Campbell

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