Dublin takeaways: The best restaurants to order from this weekend

Published date29 June 2022
Publication titleDublinLive (Ireland)
From super spicy fare to traditional bites to everything in between, there are takeaways all over the city that are worth noting for their food

Here are 51 of the very best takeaways in Dublin for you to try.

Saba To Go

Saba To Go has won a slew of awards and once you try the food, you will know exactly why.

The Thai and Vietnamese takeaway in Rathmines, Windy Arbour, Deansgrange, Baggot Street and South William Street serves up dishes including a variety of curries and noodles.

San Sab

With restaurants in Clontarf and Drumcondra, San Sab serves up incredible authentic Thai food as well as things like their Spice Bag, which is arguable the best spice bag in the city.



Diwali is a stunning Indian dine-in restaurant as well as a Dublin takeaway on George's Street.

The restaurant's takeaway menu consists of all of the favourites plus opportunities to try authentic Indian dishes you might have never even heard of before.

Lin Kee

Lin Kee has a number of Dublin takeaways in Artane, North Strand, Santry, Cabra, Glasnevin and Swords.

It is perhaps one of the most popular Chinese takeaways in Dublin serving the classics such as 3-in-1s, chicken balls and spice bags.

Kathmandu KItchen

Kathmandu Kithcen, like the name would suggest, serves up Nepalese as well as Indian cuisine. The restaurants are located in the city centre and Malahide, and it's available to order here.

The Back Page

As well as a fantastic pub in Phibsborough, The Back Page serves delicious food such as pizzas which is available to order through Just Eat.


This Temple Bar spot serves up some of the best Middle Eastern cuisine in Dublin and is available to order on Deliveroo.

Umi Falafel

While we're on the subject of falafel from Dublin takeaways, Umi Falafel, with restaurants in the city centre, Rathmines and Ballsbridge, is available to order on Deliveroo. Pro tip: get the Palestinian Falafel wrap.

Mint Cottage

Mint Cottage in Raheny, which is also a popular spot for ambient indoor dining, has stellar reviews online with people praising the range of curries on the menu.

Kerala Kitchen

One of the most popular Indian takeaways in Dublin (and for good reason), Kerala Kitchen has restaurants on Baggot Street and in Stoneybatter.

Inspired by the light coastal flavours of Kerala in South India, the menu consists of aromatic curries, biriyanis, baked-to-order naans and grills straight from the tandoor.

Ruby's Pizza and Grill

Ruby's Pizza and Grill in Swords took home the Best of Ireland award at this year's Just Eat National Takeaway Awards.

If you've ever had the pizza or other dishes such as nachos and burgers, you'll know exactly why it was honoured.

Camile Thai

Camile Thai has restaurants all over Dublin and Ireland and serves up some of the best Thai cuisine...

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