Wednesday February 19, 2020

Camile Thai keeping it clean

Three new branches of Camile Thai will open this year

4th September, 2016
Three new branches of Camile Thai are scheduled to open this year, producing 100 new jobs

Established in 2010, Camile Thai was ahead of its time in predicting the healthy food trend currently popular across Ireland. “Part of the reason we started out was that Thai food works well for delivery,” said marketing manager Daniel Greene. “There were a lot of the takeaways out there doing Chinese or Indian food, and we wanted to do something different.”

But, increasingly, the franchise found they had another advantage over their...

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