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It’s already a big deal in Dublin.

Now Camile Thai, which specialises in a healthier, more authentic version of your takeaway favourites, is opening in Cork.

The restaurant, which has more than 14 busy kitchens in the capital, launches its first outlet on Leeside in Bishopstown this Friday, September 21st.

Lunchtime dishes at the Looney’s Cross, Bishopstown Road eatery start at about €7, with evening mains averaging around €12.

If you follow a plant-based diet it’ll be a Friday night godsend – Camile Thai is vegan-friendly and also has a selection of tasty lunch and dinner options that are gluten-free.

The menu is carefully calorie counted so you know what you’re eating, whether you’re going all out with the Khao Soi Ghai (egg noodles and chicken in a creamy curry satay) or keeping it lean with the Tom Yam Goong Soup.

The Bishopstown outlet, run by franchisee Pramod Thankappan, will open seven days a week and they’ll also deliver.

They even have a Doggy Treat on the menu (a rice pudding made with luxury madeleine biscuit – €2.95) for your furry friend.

Curry on the sofa this Saturday night? Count us in.


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