Konkan Indian Restaurant Clanbrassil Street

46 Upper Clanbrassil Street, Near Harolds Cross Bridge, Portobello

Dublin 8

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Cuisine:
Indian

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64 reviews
5 stars - based on 64 reviews
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Our Story
Konkan in Clanbrassil Street has been open from February 2004, and since then has garnered a reputation for being one of the best Indian restaurants and delivery service in the Dublin 6 & 8 area.

Since opening thirteen years back, Konkan has managed to earn a list of prestigious restaurant awards.

We opened the second Konkan in Dundrum in September 2011.

Our menu includes our specialities mainly from the south of India, as well as all the Indian dishes popular in Ireland. Our biryanis and samosas have been reviewed to be the best in Dublin. The main focus of the Konkan team has always been to serve the best quality Indian food at reasonable prices. In keeping with this, we prepare our food fresh to order and make all our spice masalas, yoghurt and paneer (cheese) in house.

Why not try a dinner at Konkan to experience our superb food and service, or order a take-out or delivery to enjoy some great Indian food at home.

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OPENING HOURS

Mon5:00pm - 11:00pm
Tueclosed
Wed5:00pm - 11:00pm
Thu5:00pm - 11:00pm
Fri5:00pm - 11:00pm
Sat5:00pm - 11:00pm
Sun5:00pm - 11:00pm

CAPACITY
30 people

CUISINES
Indian

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Konkan Indian Restaurant Clanbrassil Street

Darraghotoole
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:45%

Reviewed 07th September 2016 (visited 6 September 2016 )

Cosy little Indian, quality food and service for a mid-week treat without having to head into the city centre if you're based around D6/D8.

Konkan Indian Restaurant Clanbrassil Street

sara.fettu
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:45%

Reviewed 22nd April 2016 (visited 19 April 2016 )

This is one of the best Indian restaurants in Dublin I've ever been. The place itself is tiny and very cosy (I'd suggest booking if you want to go over the week-end). The service is really really good, I've been there twice and all waiters have always been very nice and quick. The best part is the food of course. The menu offers a wide selection of dishes, all cooked perfectly, portions are very generous and the price is affordable. A main can go from 11 to around 16 euro. From the outside it doesn't look so good, but once you're in you're just gonna love it. Highly recommended to Indian food lovers!

Konkan Indian Restaurant Clanbrassil Street

annmaried66
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 11th April 2016 (visited 10 April 2016 )

Fantastic little restaurant. Have driven by lots of times...glad I went! Will definitely be back. Food was top class, service good and there was a nice atmosphers.

Konkan Indian Restaurant Clanbrassil Street

grangeprintlive88499295
Donegal
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:0%

Reviewed 20th March 2016 (visited 19 March 2016 )

First time to visit and won't be the last. Fab few hours eating wonderful delicious food. Absolutely no faults, can't wait to come back. Thanks for a lovely evening. Denis & Mary

Konkan Indian Restaurant Clanbrassil Street

JenHealy

1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd April 2014 (visited 21 April 2014 )

I have lived near Konkan for over 2 years and for some reason never eaten in there. I regret that now having had the early bird dinner there last night. It was fantastic and really good value. We were given a complimentary bowl of fresh, crispy poppadoms with dips on arrival, after which I had the vegetable pakora - they were light, full of flavour and presented very nicely. I had the chicken rogan josh for mains. It was the tastiest one ive had, and I got a very generous portion. The waiting staff were attentive and friendly and gave us a complimentary bowl of a Bombay aloo. The early bird 2 course menu cost €15.50 - brilliant value for a really lovely meal. I'll definitely be back.

Konkan Indian Restaurant Clanbrassil Street

Breenipants
Dublin
16 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 09th April 2014 (visited 6 April 2014 )

Really nice Indian food, nicest I have had in a while!

Konkan Indian Restaurant Clanbrassil Street

martinchapman
Dublin
5 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 16th March 2014 (visited 15 March 2014 )

Cosy neighbourhood restaurant serving quality Indian food.

Konkan Indian Restaurant Clanbrassil Street

tmcdonagh

1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 19th July 2013 (visited 17 July 2013 )

I brought 6 colleagues form the US here as they requested Indian Food. It’s a lovely little restaurant off the beaten track. The atmosphere was lovely, the service and servers were great and the food was very tasty. 7 out of 7 of us left happy! I would recommend it to family and friends.

Konkan Indian Restaurant Clanbrassil Street

biamonster
Dublin
18 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 31st August 2012 (visited 2 August 2012 )

Usually step in for takeaways; the food here is great - decent sized portions for meat unlike Bombay Pantry, Saba and co, the chicken madras, what I had this time, is my favourite, full of flavour; Vindaloo is a bit dry but still packs its punch. Definitely recommend.

Konkan Indian Restaurant Clanbrassil Street

srb
Dublin
8 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 28th February 2012 (visited 2 February 2012 )

This charming little restaurant has the best service in Dublin. The staff seem genuinely happy to have you there and are as friendly and helpful as can be. The atmosphere is relaxed and it's a great place for a quiet mid-week evening out. My favourite dish is the mushroom bhaji (which at konkan is not a deep fried patty, but rather a flavourful, mild, vegetarian main course), but I have enjoyed everything I've ordered at konkan. I have recommended this place to all of my friends and think its well worth a visit!

Konkan Indian Restaurant Clanbrassil Street

Breffers
Dublin
68 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 20th February 2012 (visited 5 January 2012 )

i love this restaurant. it's really humble and delicious and the staff are friendly and polite and gentle. The food is lovely. Depsite not having the most sophisticated palate when it comes to spicey food, anytime i've been here i leave delighted and almost surprised how nice it was. Once we collected a takeout from here and since we had to wait longer than normal, unpromted they gave us two free beers as a way of aknowledging that. You'd only get that from a place that cares about customers and customer service. Myself and my girlfriend love this restaurant

Konkan Indian Restaurant Clanbrassil Street

Smurf22
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 08th November 2011 (visited 23 October 2011 )

We have been getting take away from here for a couple of years and it has always been delicious - they just can't seem to get it wrong. On a hungover Sunday there was no desire to engage with any kind of preparation or washing up so we decided to stroll to the restaurant and eat in. Why didn't we do this ages ago? It was a perfect restaurant experience. The atmosphere was really lovely and the service was excellent in a way that you can't really pin down - it wasn't too much or too little, it was a Goldilocks just right. The food was excellent and not only that but it was very reasonably priced. If this place was closer to the city centre it would raise the bar for every other restaurant that purports to offer excellence. Is it worth driving to or walking that bit further out of town? Absolutely yes.

Konkan Indian Restaurant Clanbrassil Street

flanderss
Dublin
3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 14th September 2011 (visited 13 September 2011 )

So I finally made it to Konkan after recommendations from friends who get takeout from here. I ordered the clay oven Tandoori Chicken ( I was excited at the thought of maybe there is finally a place that really uses a tandoori oven in Dublin) But unfortunately once again it was dry skewered chicken made in a conventional oven. The menu labelled it as Medium spicy but I've had packets of chipsticks that were spicer than this dish! My friend went for the Jalfrezi, labelled as medium spicy but again very lame with the spices. Not really sure how they could go wrong with such traditional dishes. Pulao rice was meh, coriander nan was fine. Service was fine. Definitely will not be back, even at the cheaper takeout prices.

Konkan Indian Restaurant Clanbrassil Street

izuka
Dublin
4 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 16th September 2011 (visited 1 September 2011 )

I went to Konkan to check out for myself all that I had heard of this Indian restaurant. There is something essentially subdued about the restaurant’s presence. You are greeted near the door. You see couples and people ... happy – actually enjoying themselves. The lentil fritters are served with small cups of mango and yogurt dips. There is something magical in the taste of the mango dip. I was shy to ask for more. The steward seemed to have read my thoughts and after we had placed our orders, he brought us a second helping – UNASKED!!! We had vegetable samosas and fried prawns with mangoes for starters. The samosas were simply gorgeous – perhaps the best I had tasted in Dublin (must be even better in India though). The prawns ... just melted in the mouth. On recommendation, we tried the Lamb biriyani and the Chicken Chetinad with Pilao Rice. We had a Peshwari naan as well. They were simply gorgeous. The servings were kingsize! The Lamb Biriyani had a strange enslaving effect on me. Even though I was full, I went on having more of it. It was irresistible. The chicken dish was sumptuous too, generous amount of chicken in that lovely sauce. The more you say of the peshwari naan the less will it be. So it’s best to be silent. Fantastic. My only recommendation will be to reduce the size of the starters. My wife was so unhappy that she couldn’t eat much of the main course as she was already almost full with the starters. I found the service extremely personalized. You get your money’s worth. I was told they have a new restaurant in Dundrum and that too with a different menu. Need to check that as well. Konkan at Harold’s Cross – highly recommended.

Konkan Indian Restaurant Clanbrassil Street

VeggieinDublin
Dublin
18 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 18th July 2011 (visited 16 July 2011 )

Booked a table for 2 here last Saturday based on hearing a lot of good things about the food and the fact it wasn’t too far from Vicar Street (we were going to a gig).The restaurant is small and cosy, but it filled up fast. There is a decent wine list with some great value wines, we opted for a bottle of Sauvignon blanc at around 17 euro, which was very drinkable. There was some interesting starters, we chose lentil fritters and Papri chat which were chick peas in a spicy sauce served on indian bread, which made a change from the usual onion bhagis For mains we went for Baigan ka Salan for me, which was aubergines cooked with green chillies in the most delicious creamy sauce, it was heavenly and a bit different from the usual indian flavours I am used to. My partner had paneer with spinach, which was also really tasty with a rich buttery flavour, portions were generous, with a nice amount of rice served in large bowls. For dessert we shared a lovely homemade mango and ginger cheesecake, with french coffees to round it off. Service was friendly and we didn’t have to wait too long for our food. Overall I would definitely recommend this restaurant, fantastic indian cooking, that just has that something extra special if you are bored of the same old thing. Only downside for me is it is nowhere near where I live, so I’m looking forward to next time I have an excuse to be in Clanbrassil St.,but then again who needs one, Konkan is reason enough!

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