Vagya Restaurant
68-70 Botanic Road, Glasnevin, Dublin

Cuisine:

Nepalese
Based on 39 reviews


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Vagya Restaurant is situated in the heart of Glasnevin village in Dublin 9, one of the most popular suburbs in North Dublin. The word Vagya translates from the Nepalese as luck, and you won’t believe your luck when you discover this gastronomical delight. Vagya has steadily become one of Dublin’s most popular restaurants, bringing the best in modern Nepalese cuisine to Dublin city. Vagya offers the finest in both Nepalese and Indian cuisine, and is situated in the charming suburban village of Glasnevin. The mixture of cuisines on the menu ensures that there are plenty of options that everyone will love. The friendly staff at Vagya create a unique and friendly atmosphere in the restaurant; you will be sure to have the most memorable dining experience to their customers. The staff pride themselves on sourcing the finest local Irish ingredients; they are passionate about supporting local Irish producers.
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Posted 8th Mar 2017 by DIAL-NFirst Timer: 2 reviews

I once had a girlfriend who gained a stone from eating the Chefs Special Biryani some nights of the week for the best part of a year! After we broke up she moved out of town and shed that same stone and rubbed my face in it by posting great photos on Facebook. If you like Biryani these guys make the best one in Dublin…Just remember to keep your girlfriend away as you may be eating alone for quite some time!!..Regards, Nigel Doyle.

Posted 12th Sep 2015 by LOVEROFFINEFOODNewbie: 7 reviews

We went to Vagya and had the set menu for €50 which included a bottle of their house wine Trapiche which was lovely we had the mixed starters good sized portions accompanied by poppadoms with an amazing mango dip. My husband ordered momos which he had while in Nepal they are made to special order only and we're very tasty we have been here a few times and they always remember that my husband loves them the staff are so polite and friendly nothing is ever a bother. We had chicken korma and balti with pilau rice another stunning taste sensation. You can bring along your own wine and pay corkage. What a great place. Good takeaway also

Posted 10th Sep 2015 by HELENDOHERTYFirst Timer: 3 reviews

Have been here a few times, the food is always fantastic, they cater for coeliacs as all their sauces are gluten free which makes a night out so easy ! The kids love the food here. The bathroom is my only negative comment ...not the best !
BYO with corkage and overall a great value for money

Posted 15th Jul 2015 by ABEILLE7First Timer: 10 reviews

We were the only people in a restaurant, so it felt a bit strange. The food was not too great. The decorations could improve.

Posted 29th Mar 2015 by MANKYFirst Timer: 6 reviews

First visit to Vagya in 7 months last night and it made us wonder why we hadn't been back in so long! Warm welcome, amazing food and exceptional service, would recommend to anyone for a lovely evening and the value is top notch too.

Posted 18th Mar 2015 by KN_MCCANNFirst Timer: 8 reviews

Ive been here a few times now and have had a take away too and its always been delicious food and great service. I cant fault the food and everytime I go Im planning what to have the next time. A great place.

Posted 1st Mar 2015 by ABBERLEYHOUSEFirst Timer: 3 reviews

had a very enjoyable experience and atmosphere and restaurant very warm.
food excellent will go again

Posted 1st Mar 2015 by SHEILAREFLEXFirst Timer: 38 reviews

Everything was wonderful - my daughter, who had travelled in Nepal about 8 years ago - said the food was so Nepalese - wonderful, but unexpected over here!

Posted 27th Feb 2015 by SHEILAREFLEXFirst Timer: 38 reviews

Excellent food - my daughter visited Nepal about 8 years ago, and still raves about the Nepalese food. She said this was well up to local standard, and really enjoyed the evening. Very good value, especially with voucher!

Posted 21st Feb 2015 by ALDOPAOLOZZIFirst Timer: 2 reviews

Very pleasant, normally they let you bring your own wine and charge corkage however, this time because we had a voucher they wouldn't. This should be made more clear in the terms. Otherwise the food was nice and it's very local so would go back.
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