Tulsi

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Tulsi
Carmody Street, Ennis Co Clare
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Tel: +353 65 684 8065

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A younger sister of its Galway namesake, Tulsi in Ennis specialises in flavoursome, unfussy Indian cuisine and promises a special experience.
  • Location - Town Centre
  • Indian/Pakistani

Tulsi

The name ‘Tulsi’ refers to a basil plant sacred to Hindus, and this is a younger sister of the successful Tulsi in Galway.


Like many businesses in Ennis, it lies behind a handsome, traditional shopfront and its inviting denim blue design – complemented by platinum grey stonework – sets the tone for a warm welcome inside.



A floor-to-ceiling mirrored wall creates an open, spacious feel, while a bronze brown stone wall lends an Irish sensibility to an Indian setting that is distinguished by simple, unobtrusive décor.



As well as a rich variety of vegetarian and starter options, Tulsi’s menu includes an extensive selection of beef, lamb, chicken, biryani, and – most impressive – seafood choices. Using palpably fresh ingredients, the food is filling, unfussy, and flavoursome and is matched by a compact wine list that blends New and Old World standards.



The enthusiastic staff, who provide a shake-out napkin service, are attentive, prompt, and encouragingly familiar with the menu


Offering excellent value for money in a friendly, informal atmosphere, Tulsi in Ennis offers some of the best Indian cuisine in County Clare and promises a special experience.

Seats 85. Children welcome (high chair); air conditioning. L Sun only 1-4pm; D daily: Mon-Sat 5-11pm, Sun 1-10pm. House wine €17.50. Closed 25 Dec. Amex, MasterCard, Visa. abbreviations
Last Updated: 19-03-2016
Author: Georgina Campbell

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