Thursday December 5, 2019

A true masterclass in Indian flavours

They have changed many Irish people’s perception of Indian food

13th April, 2015
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Ananda, Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin 14: Sunil Ghai has taken another leap forward with this new menu. Picture: Feargal Ward

It’s now been eight years since restaurateur Asheesh Dewan and chef Sunil Ghai opened Ananda in Dundrum, and it’s not an exaggeration to say that in that time they have changed many Irish people’s perception of Indian food.

Ghai has won a gaggle of awards for his cooking, and has gained a reputation as one of the country’s best, and most consistent, chefs. Now he’s given the menu at...

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