Diwali Indian Restaurant
Unit 1, Castle House, City Centre South, Dublin

Cuisine:

Indian
Based on 141 reviews


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Diwali means festival of lights and this Indian eaterie returns once again to South Great Georges Street. This is a very simple no-frills Dublin restaurant that serves both lunch and dinner. Diwali gives diners a choice of three menus including an Early Bird menu.
The lunch menu is available from Monday to Friday. Lunches at Diwali include Starters, Main Courses and Tea/Coffee. The set price for lunch is €9.99. The starters are a colourful assortment of appetisers cooked throughout India. Main courses includes usual Indian dishes such as Masala and Korma, as well as cooked lamb and veggie dishes.
The Diwali Early Bird is served between 5.30pm-7.30pm. It's much the same deal as lunch two courses plus tea/coffee. But as it's an evening meal, this time it costs €16.99.
The A La Carte has a very impressive and much larger selection of dishes. There are over fifteen different starters to choose from. The main courses are separated into different sections including "All Time Favourites", Regional Delicacies , Biryani and Vegetarian.
Diwali main focus is to bring diners as much of the flavours and exotic spices to their menu from different parts of India as possible. Diwali is a relaxed Dublin restaurant bringing together a mixed management of talented and experienced staff from other successful Indian restaurants.
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Posted 6th Dec 2017 by AIDAN.WALSHFirst Timer: 2 reviews

The Food really is the high point here. Very tasty and a great menu. The Early Bird is good value and offers a wide enough choice for any Indian food fans

Posted 2nd May 2017 by FIERYBUFFYFoodie: 6 reviews

I love Diwill i go there every week i love the food There and the staff are very friendly and helpful.

Posted 30th Apr 2017 by FRANKIETRAYNOR6781450120First Timer: 2 reviews

Very good value. Food excellent. Some nice touches to complete the service. We would definitely go back here.

Posted 3rd Apr 2017 by BLANCHConnoisseur: 61 reviews

Food and service were excellent, restaurant was full and lively. Complimentary drink after the meal. All in all a good experience.

Posted 4th Feb 2017 by JOANREED4First Timer: 1 reviews

Loved our meal, early evening special. Could not fault the service or the food. We even got a shot if Sambuca on the house. First visit to Dublin. It was recommended to us to try.

Posted 23rd Dec 2016 by DOTCOMDOLLYNewbie: 30 reviews

Restaraunt was super busy, but we were well looked after & the food was delicous.

Posted 15th Dec 2016 by ILUVMEFOODFoodie: 11 reviews

Myself and 5 colleagues had a Christmas night out in Diwali. We ordered from the Early Bird Menu-which offered something for all tastes. All our starters were delicious- particualry the onion bhaji. Then for the Mains. One vegetarian friend loved her 'paneer' dish. My lamb ledobebo was amazing. The chicken korma was excellent. Also the daal and chickpea side dishes were perfect. The garlic naan was the best I've ever tasted! The sauvignon blanc for €28.00 was crisp and refreshing, plus good value for city centre prices.
Basically, I can't wait to go back for more! Thank you to all staff there. Their hospitality was second to none.

Posted 28th Nov 2016 by CRIAXFoodie: 44 reviews

Food was lovely, service was very friendly. Value for money was excellent. Really enjoyed and would definitely go again

Posted 3rd May 2016 by NICOLACDEALSFirst Timer: 1 reviews

Was meeting a friend in here on Friday night and the place was hopping, great community atmosphere which many places can be lacking. The food was great too, very tasty!

Posted 24th Apr 2016 by JEANNE.BANKSFirst Timer: 1 reviews

Everything was delicious and they gave us a free whiskey/baileys afterwards :)
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