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Eastern Balti, on Market Street in the town, is also good.Monty's of Kathmandu, owned by Shiva and Lina Gautam, has been pulling them in on Eustace Street for 23 years now, and it's a favourite with celebrities so you never know who you'll spot in there, tucking into the barbecued venison tareko, gorkhali, chicken chilli nanglo and other Nepalese specialties.Go to either branch for the bibimbap and the dumplings, which Koreans say are the best in the city.

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There's a tapas menu in the downstairs Spice Bar, and the traditional rijst-tafel menus are great for a gang.

18 IPOH Unit 5, Knockmullen Retail Park, Knockmullen, Gorey, Co Wexford.

Many of the dishes on the menu come from the hometowns and villages of the staff, and started off as simple staff meals before being introduced to the menu. (01) 6682760, Langkawi has been going strong on Baggot Street for more years than anyone cares to remember and is as good as it ever was.

Brothers Alexander and Nicholas Hosey from Seremban, in North Sembilan, Malaysia are the owners.

8 MONAGHAN SPICE GROUND FLOOR, 9 THE DIAMOND, MONAGHAN TOWN.

(047) 81646, This smart Monaghan Town Indian restaurant is very popular with the locals, and has a reputation for high quality food that's reasonably priced.

They are festival favourites too, winning the Electric Picnic award three years in a row.

Expect stylish interiors and a menu featuring a mix of Indian and Pakistani dishes, with seafood to the fore in dishes such as Kakeragh made with crab claws, and Tandoori Lobster Tail.

Chef Kwanghi Chan recommends the braised belly beef chilli soup with udon noodles, the bulgogi also has plenty of fans. (090) 649 8805, Long-regarded as one of the best Thai restaurants in Ireland, chef Takashi Miyazaki of Miyazaki in Cork is just one of this unassuming Thai restaurant's many fans.

The menus cover a wide range of dishes including street-food from the nightmarkets, others from the far north of Thailand, influenced by Lao and Burma, the fiery salads and curries of Isaan, and the creamy coconut curries of the south, influenced by Muslim and Indian traditions.

This is Indian food and flavour using great Irish ingredients served in the French style, and very good it is too.

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