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Siri

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Siri
Jayraj Poojary & Kuldip Kumar
9a Lord Edward Street, off Christ Church, Dublin 2,
Co.Dublin

Telephone: +353 (0)1 672 8080
Email: info@siri.ie
Web: siri.ie

Siri Indian Cuisine is one of a new breed of fantastic venues that is supplying the very best of restaurant standard food to take out. Located between Dublin Castle and Christ ...

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Located on the corner of lord Edward Street and Church Place, between Dublin Castle and Christ Church

Good to know

Opening Hours:
12.30pm - 11pm
Cuisine:
Indian Takeaway
A La Carte:
Mains from €6.95
Table d’Hote:
Menus from €14.95 - €36.95
Sunday Lunch:
Yes
Children’s Menu:
Yes
Wheelchair Facilities:
No
Credit Cards:
Yes
Private Dining Facilities:
No

About The Restaurant

Siri Indian Cuisine is one of a new breed of fantastic venues that is supplying the very best of restaurant standard food to take out.
Located between Dublin Castle and Christ Church in Dublin’s City Center it is the perfect example of what a modern takeaway eatery should be. At Siri, they deal in exceptionally high quality, authentic Indian food prepared by top chefs with very impressive pedigrees within the restaurant industry. What you’re getting is not just the quality you’d expect from a restaurant, it’s the quality that would surprise and delight you at a truly great restaurant. The food they prepare is rich with authentic Eastern flavours and the creativity of their dishes is just so impressive.

From their menu, starters include dishes like aloo bonda, a lightly spiced mashed potato cake cooked in gram flour and herbs; Murgh tikka, chicken breast marinated with Indian spices and served with a tangy mint chutney; as well as lucknowi seekh kebab, skewered hand pounded lamb cooked in tandoor and served with mint and yoghurt relish. The last time we took out, so to speak, I had the Achari chicken wings, which were absolutely delicious, marinated in yoghurt, pickled sauce and grilled, whilst Brendan, who fancied something fishy, opted for the Konkani Jhinga, tiger prawns tossed with onion and sesame seeds, and garnered with crushed pepper and fresh lemon. Delicious!

From the mains, there’s so many great dishes to choose from, such as their butter chicken masala, juicy and tender grilled chicken pieces in a rich creamy butter, tomato and fenugreek sauce; chicken lababdar, free range chicken with tomatoes, finished with cream and fenugreek and served with pulao rice; or their lamb jalfrezi, stir fried with onions, peppers and tomato, and flavoured with carom seeds. I love their malwani prawn biryani, tiger prawns cooked with aged, fragrant basmati rice and prepared with sweet aromatic spices, masala yoghurt and traditional raita. On this occasion, however, I went for one of their signature dishes, Murgh methi, free range boneless chicken thigh cooked in a creamy spinach & fenugreek flavour sauce served with pulao rice and it was absolutely fabulous, rich and full of flavour. Brendan decided to try their lamb Vindaloo, a south Indian style lamb prepared with fresh ground black pepper, tempered with rye and curry leaves and was thoroughly impressed. They have some really fantastic vegetarian options available at Siri and they do a fab lunch box special, if you’re out and about in the city center, as well as catering for corporate lunches and events.

So, if you’re thinking takeaway, think Siri. You won’t regret it.

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